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Electronic Discovery refers to discovery in litigation which deals with…

Electronic discovery (e-Discovery) is the tracing off and the exchange of electronically-stored information between parties engaged in civil or criminal litigation. All types of data can serve as evidence – including text, images, calendar files, databases, spreadsheets, audio files, animation, websites and computer programs.

INFORMATION THAT CAN BECOME EVIDENCE IS
TYPICALLY REVEALED ON:

  • Laptops, desktops and Servers

  • External Hard Drives

  • USB Memory Sticks

  • CDs and DVDs

  • Data Back-Ups

“Electronic discovery or e-Discovery refers to discovery in civil litigation which deals with the exchange of information in electronic format. These data are subject to local rules and agreed-upon processes, and is often reviewed for privilege and relevance before being turned over to opposing counsel.
Data are identified as potentially relevant by attorneys and placed on legal hold. Evidence is then extracted and analysed using digital forensic procedures, and is reviewed using a document review platform.”  - 
Wikipedia

THE e-DISCOVERY PROCESS CAN BE SUMMARISED IN THE ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY REFERENCE MODEL (EDRM):​

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