Extract from John Patzakis' article "5 Key Takeaways from the Sedona Conference’s Social Media eDiscovery Primer"
The Sedona Conference® (“TSC”) has just published the 2nd edition of their very useful Primer on Social Media. Sedona is a very influential organization so this is an important development further underscoring the importance of social media evidence. According to TSC, the Primer series “provides best practice guidance on the corporate use and management of social media, as well as their preservation, collection, and production in the form of electronically stored information (ESI).”
The 93 page second edition is a valuable resource and a must read for every legal and eDiscovery practitioner who address social media evidence.
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