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Embracing New Computer Forensics Paradigms
By Jason Bergerson
Computer forensics is a fast-changing industry. New mobile devices, increased use of the cloud to store data, and social media all present new challenges to collecting data. It’s not enough to limit a data collection to files and emails anymore. Smartphones, tablets, email, instant messaging platforms, traditional file shares, and more all need to be included in a collection. And computer forensics experts must keep up-to-date on industry-accepted practices for collecting each type of data.
How does each technology work?
How do users interact with said technology?
Where is the data stored?
And how is the data stored?
The new Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are bringing new voices to discuss eDiscovery. Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang issued a thoughtful opinion of the new Rules in Kissing Camels Surgery Ctr., LLC, v. Centura Health Corp. (D.Colo. Jan. 22, 2016, Civil Action No. 12-CV-03012-WJM-NYW) 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7668.
Here is the short version of the dispute in a complex case: The Plaintiff brought a motion to strike the Defendants’ Requests for Production that were duplicative. The Plaintiff had already produced a terabyte of ESI and were not in the mood for the Defendants’ position that the Plaintiff identify what ESI they had already produced that was responsive to the Defendants’ requests. Kissing Camels, at *3-4, 7-9. Read full article
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