Social Media

Small Firms and Social Media eDiscovery

Small Firms and Social Media eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

May will be “social media in the law month” on our blog, putting a spotlight on the ways social media is changing eDiscovery for small firms and personal cases. Enter Small Law eDiscovery was once the sole concern of Big Law and large-scale litigation, but has increasingly become an issue in smaller cases for smaller…

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The Only Feature That Matters in eDiscovery

The Only Feature That Matters in eDiscovery 150 150 aayers

Fourteen years ago, if you visited Google.com, you would have found pretty much the same basic search functionality you see today. Amazingly, since that time Google has been able to offer the same mind-blowing search speeds despite the explosion of content. In 1998, Google indexed 28 million pages. By 2000 that number was 1 billion.…

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Social Media Security: Your Employer Doesn't Need Your Password to Access Your Facebook Page

Social Media Security: Your Employer Doesn't Need Your Password to Access Your Facebook Page 150 150 Jason Krause

Social Media Security The Read Write Enterprise blog recently published an interesting post titled Facebook, Passwords, Employers, and a Business Opportunity. The business opportunity in question is monitoring that allows employers to access non-public Facebook and social media content from employees. This is obviously a touchy area. Employees don’t want their employer monitoring their personal,…

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