Shared Links (weekly) August 22, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) August 22, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) May 16, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) May 16, 2021

Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting
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Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting

If it’s on a screen, there is always a way to capture it. So maybe in online meetings, act accordingly? “Even with these restrictions, you can’t stop a participant from using their phone to record the session or using a separate software application to record.” This issue reminds me of a time some years back…

Linked: Mission impossible: Ephemeral Messages Preservation. Part 1
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Linked: Mission impossible: Ephemeral Messages Preservation. Part 1

I think the rise of ephemeral, or temporary, messaging, is fascinating, and I also think that many in the legal field are completely overthinking this. Take, for example the article below, where Pavan raises what he considers to be the “risks: Risks of Ephemeral messaging Preservation and spoliation of evidence: Information that is within the scope…

Linked: The Original EDRM Has Run Its Course – Is it Time for an In Situ E-Discovery Model?
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Linked: The Original EDRM Has Run Its Course – Is it Time for an In Situ E-Discovery Model?

Anne Kershaw’s LinkedIn post definitely provides some food for thought. Personally, I would agree that, eventually, this approach should be the recommended one: As is obvious, the huge change with the In Situ model is that by and large the corporate data doesn’t move. It stays in place as different analytical capabilities are applied to…

Linked: Lessons from legal service companies (Part 1)
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Linked: Lessons from legal service companies (Part 1)

This series at Trial by Tech may be something you want to keep an eye on over the next couple of upcoming posts. I’m sure I will but I think this first part, identifying why legal consumers are turning to legal service companies can really be boiled down to this: “In another survey posted by…