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In the world of e-discovery, data collection from devices plays a pivotal role in legal matters. However, the technique used for data collection is influenced by numerous factors, including the type of case, the jurisdiction and the adversarial or collaborative nature of the parties involved. Attorneys interested in legal technology, data security and e-discovery must grasp the critical differences between two essential methodologies: e-discovery and digital forensics. This article delves into the contrasting features of these methodologies to help attorneys who engage with legal technology better understand the significance of these differences.
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By David A. Holley
An Executive Order released by the Biden Administration on Aug. 9 places increased importance on due diligence when investing in specific foreign countries. The Executive Order will regulate outbound investments in China with a focus on key technologies critical to safeguarding U.S. national security, including artificial intelligence.
By Erik B. Weinick
On Aug. 9, 2023, Gov. Kathy Hochul introduced New York’s inaugural comprehensive cybersecurity strategy. In sum, the plan aims to update government networks, bolster county-level digital defenses, and regulate critical infrastructure.
By Daniella Main and Brooke Bolender
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By Wim Nauwelaerts
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