How IoT is Disrupting the e-discovery World?
It’s become difficult to determine the limits of privacy in an age of ever-increasing technology. SogetiLabs Fellow Richard Fall concentrates on an aspect of the privacy debate that is perhaps more impactful.
It’s become difficult to determine the limits of privacy in an age of ever-increasing technology.
We are all aware of the tug of war going on between social media companies, such as Facebook, and its users and society in general in an attempt to determine who, and under what conditions, access to users’ private information is permitted.
This is only the most newsworthy and visible part of a process of determining what data is private and what is allowed to be accessed that is going on in our world today.
In this posting, I want to concentrate on an aspect of the privacy debate that is perhaps more impactful if less visible: the issue of e-discovery.
“Discovery”, used as a legal term, is essentially about gathering all information that may be relevant to a legal proceeding, whether civil or criminal.
- Richard FallManager Consultant
Richard FallManager Consultant