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US Government Access to Data in the Cloud


A recently published Hogan Lovells white paper reveals that the limitations applied to US law enforcement access to data stored in the cloud during national security and foreign intelligence investigation in many cases surpass restrictions applied during similar investigations in other countries. This article takes a look at A Sober Look at National Security Access…

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Data Fragmentation


Data fragmentation occurs when a piece of data in memory is broken up into many pieces that are not close together. This is typically the result of attempting to insert a large object into storage that has already suffered external fragmentation. This article provides a brief introduction to fragmentation and its unique issues in a…

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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Electronically Stored Data


In 2006, the US Supreme Court made a number of significant changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), which regulate the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI). The amendments offer a framework for conducting electronic discovery, obliging litigants to identify, preserve and collect ESI very early during a case. The amendments affect all…

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eDiscovery in the Cloud


eDiscovery is just one of many cloud-related confusions, as it means different things to different people.  Vendors sell a wide variety of tools related to eDiscovery and the cloud. While organizations are becoming more and more reliant on cloud-based solutions, eDiscovery from those solutions is often forgotten. In many cases, there is little to no…

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Cloud Adoption & Legal Concerns


Intellectual property lawyers voice their frustrations with cloud computing contracts, which sometimes state that service providers bear no liability should anything go wrong with their service. Should something go wrong, the customer takes full responsibility. According to Tanya Forsheit, founding partner of InfoLawGroup, “The cloud providers try to convey a take-it-or-leave-it attitude for their contracts,…

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