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  • E-discovery: “Liking” social media

    Social media’s prevalence in society continues to rise, as Americans currently spend at least one-fifth of their time online using Facebook, Twitter or one of the many other available platforms,

  • E-discovery: Riding herd on social media ESI

    Social media’s fast growth has created yet another e-discovery headache for inside counsel. Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 (b)(1) allows discovery of relevant, non-privileged ESI. Under Rule 26(b)(1), data from outside social media sites like Facebook and Twitter is generally discoverable.

  • Litigation: Litigating over social media data

    The new burdens associated with the rise of social media data may be a rude awakening to some in-house counsel and compliance officers.

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