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Warning: Internet of Things Holds Hidden Dangers

By Rene Novoa, Senior Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics Law enforcement and civil litigators now have another source of evidence—searching for clues and ESI in the Internet of Things (IoT) universe where “always-on” smart devices may collect and store evidence of criminal behavior or civil liability. Police are investigating an Arkansas murder where clues to … Continue reading Warning: Internet of Things Holds Hidden Dangers

Spotlight on Electronic Discovery: Challenges Presented by the Internet of Things

Originally published by JD Supra Business Advisor. eDiscovery is poised to enter a new revolution as the Internet of Things (“IoT”) continues its seemingly exponential growth. IoT is the ecosystem of interconnected sensory devices that perform coordinated, pre-programmed – and even learned – tasks without the need for continuous human input. Consider your fitness tracker … Continue reading Spotlight on Electronic Discovery: Challenges Presented by the Internet of Things