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Sources of Electronic Evidence as They Potentially Relate to the Gabby Petito Case and Other Criminal Cases: eDiscovery Trends
The Gabby Petito case is all over the news as the manhunt for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, continues. It’s a sad story for sure and my heart goes out to her family and friends. And several people have noted the lack of similar media coverage for the thousands of other missing people in the US and those concerns and complaints are certainly valid. From my perspective, I think like an eDiscovery professional (maybe because I am one!), so I’m always interested in potential sources of electronic evidence that can be used to support criminal investigations like this. There are more than ever!
Government Agencies Need to Govern More to Address Backlogs for FOIA Requests: Information Governance Trends
This week’s post for IPRO’s blog discusses what to do about the challenges of growing backlogs for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, which are growing even though many government agencies have fully digitized the data being sourced to respond to FOIA requests these days.
If you want to make a change in your eDiscovery review platform, all of the activities associated with it – including physically moving data, learning a new system, maintaining coding, minimizing downtime, getting your team on board – can be daunting. But, as Dr. Gavin Manes of Avansic notes in his latest blog post, changing your eDiscovery review platform can be easier than you think – with help, that is.