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Every year-end article you read (and there will be a plethora) will include “unprecedented,” or “unpredictable,” or “unbelievable,” or just plain “crazy.” And they are all correct – 2020 was all those things and more. As the year closes and we begin a long-anticipated 2021, what lessons can be taken from the last nine months? And what does the now at least hopeful post-pandemic world look like for cybersecurity, privacy and e-discovery?
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