Entries from Tim's Journal tagged with 'eDiscovery'

Tape restoration (forensic alchemy) and the new rules

Someone wise once jokingly advised me, “if you want to securely destroy data, back it up onto tape”. Having restored (or attempted to restore) a fair sampling of (potentially corrupt) tapes, I say this is not far from truth. From...

eDiscovery and the data transfer problem

Discovery is a legal device employed by a party in a civil or criminal action, prior to trial, to require the adverse party to disclose information essential to case preparation which only the other party knows or possess [1]....

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