Extract from Craig Ball's article "Electronic Storage in a Nutshell"
I’ve just finished the E-Discovery Workbook for the 2019 Georgetown E-Discovery Training Academy. The readings and exercises in the Workbook plot the path that evidence follows from the familiar information items called “documents” that lawyers use in court back to the featureless stream of binary electrical impulses common to all information stored electronically. Nearly 500 pages. The technology of e-discovery is its centerpiece, and I’ve lately added a 21-point synopsis of the storage concepts, technical takeaways and vocabulary covered.
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