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Top News Stories of the Week – November 29

New Technology-Assisted Review Case from Australia. An Australian federal court recently ordered a party to disclose various aspects of its technology-assisted review workflow to a litigation adversary. Read more here. iPhone Call Logs Easier to Retrieve than Other iPhone Data. iPhone call logs, which are apparently uploaded automatically to iCloud, may be

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Top News Stories of the Week – November 14

The Ethical Quandary of Parents Using Surveillance Apps. The New York Times recently explored some of the ethical and practical questions regarding parents’ use of surveillance applications to track their children’s whereabouts and actions. Read more here. Navigating the New Landscape of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession. A new post

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Top News Stories of the Week – August 11

The 2016 CTRL Survey on Data Analytics. In partnership with the Information Governance Initiative, CTRL is once again surveying in-house legal departments to gauge the nature and extent of their use of analytics. Read more here. Exploiting Wearables to Harvest Personal Data. Slate explores the ways in which companies are exploiting consumers’ personal

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Top News Stories of the Week – April 7

The Panama Papers Data Breach. A massive data breach of a Panamanian law firm has once again raised the question of whether law firms have deployed adequate data security measures. Read more here. New Forbes Piece on the Role of Analytics in Litigation. Forbes has recently published a new article

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 24

Judge Shira Scheindlin To Step Down From Bench. Judge Shira Scheindlin, whose rulings in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg last decade ushered in the era of eDiscovery, just announced that she is stepping down from the bench next month. Read more here. Data Minimization In The Era Of Big Data? A recent article

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 10

The Big Data Barbie: Marketing Coup or Creepy Tech? Many are questioning whether Mattel’s new “Hello Barbie,” the artificial intelligence driven doll, is a brilliant marketing ploy or an uncomfortable encroachment on children’s privacy. Read more here. Protecting the Lawyer-Client Privilege in connection with Information Governance. A recent article spotlights

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Top News Stories of the Week – February 18

UK Court Approves Use of Predictive Coding. The High Court of England and Wales issued an order this week approving the use of predictive coding in Pyrrho Investments Limited v. MWB Property Limited. Read more here.       Can Big Data Predict Employee Health Without Being Overly Intrusive? Wellness firms are using

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