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To No One’s Surprise, Worldwide Spending on Cybersecurity is Up: Cybersecurity Trends

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Can you guess what the global spend on cybersecurity will be this year? Gartner recently provided a forecast, see how close you can come to guessing the amount...more

Pennsylvania District Court Agrees That Google Must Give Up Foreign Server Data

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On August 17, 2017, a Pennsylvania district court upheld a magistrate judge’s order that Google comply with warrants issued pursuant to the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”) and produce to the FBI data that was stored, in...more

Think That Your Firm Isn’t Subject to GDPR? You May Be Wrong About That: eDiscovery Trends

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We’re getting closer and closer to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standard designed to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). It goes...more

Wednesday’s ILTACON 2017 Sessions: eDiscovery Trends

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As noted Monday and yesterday, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual educational conference of 2017 (otherwise known as ILTACON) is happening this week and eDiscovery Daily will be reporting this week...more

Tuesday’s ILTACON 2017 Sessions: eDiscovery Trends

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As noted yesterday, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual educational conference of 2017 (otherwise known as ILTACON) is happening this week and eDiscovery Daily will be reporting this week about the...more

DOJ Asks SCOTUS to Take on Microsoft Case and Verizon Suffers its own Data Breach: eDiscovery Trends

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A rare two-topic day, but both are notable… Remember the Microsoft Ireland Warrant case, where the Second Circuit reversed earlier rulings and denied the government’s efforts to compel Microsoft to provide emails in that...more

Senate Considers Potential Changes to ECPA to Ease Access to Electronic Data Across Borders

Terrorist attacks, most recently in London and Manchester, England, have raised the pressure on law enforcement and lawmakers in countries like the U.K. and the U.S., to proactively intercept and interrupt terrorist...more

New Survey Says 75 Percent of Respondents Unfamiliar with China’s New Cybersecurity Law: eDiscovery Trends

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Are you familiar with it? According to a survey conducted by Consilio and released earlier this week, 75 percent of legal technology professionals responding to the survey indicated that they are not familiar with...more

Google Required to Hand Over Foreign Stored Emails to Justice Department: eDiscovery Case Law

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In the ruling In re Search Warrant No. 16-960-M-01 to Google, Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge Thomas J. Rueter ordered Google to comply with a search warrant to produce foreign-stored emails, disagreeing with the U.S. Court of...more

Now, We Have a Privacy Shield with the Swiss Too: eDiscovery Trends

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This appears to be our week to cover privacy stories on the blog. First, The Sedona Conference® (TSC) released the public comment version of its new Data Privacy Primer (which we covered on Tuesday). Also, last week, U.S....more

Court: Stored Communications Act Warrant Cannot Be Used to Seize Data Held Overseas

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

In a case that may have significant impact for companies providing public Internet and cloud services, the Second Circuit has ruled that a federal court may not issue a criminal warrant ordering a U.S. company to produce...more

Federal Appeals Court Set to Issue One of the Most Important Privacy Rulings in a Generation

For months, the technology and business communities have been waiting anxiously for a Federal appeals court ruling on whether American companies can be forced to turn over customer information to U.S. law enforcement when...more

Disclosure in a digital age – How reforms and technology can reduce the costs of disclosure in arbitration and court

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Managing the cost of litigation to business remains one of the toughest issues confronting any lawyer today. As the challenge of keeping costs proportionate seemingly gets more difficult by the day, we consider the impact of...more

Privacy Law, Cross-Border Data Flows, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: What Counsel Need to Know

by King & Spalding on

Privacy law has become such a hot-button issue that it now finds its way into multilateral trade treaties like the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP or Agreement). On November 5, 2015, the U.S. Trade Representative...more

Consumer Trust should be at the heart of the Digital Economy

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A recent report summary produced by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (‘OECD’) highlighted that many countries are placing too much emphasis on developing their digital economies and are neglecting the...more

Eye of the Storm: Be Prepared for Cross-Border Data Compliance Ahead of the January 1 Deadline

by Exterro, Inc. on

The eye at the center of a hurricane is the calmest part of the storm. Winds subside. Blue skies appear. A sense of relief falls over everyone because the immediate danger seems to have passed. But one of the biggest...more

Pardon the “Intrusion” – Cybersecurity Worries Scuttle Wassenaar Changes

Companies concerned about their cybersecurity posture can breathe a small sigh of relief, as the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) recently announced it was scrapping plans to implement new...more

E-Discovery: If you can’t take the data to the tools, take the tools to the data

Today we welcome Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT Inc. to share some of her thoughts on the challenge of international investigations and data collection/analysis. Given the challenges of discovery and data collection across borders in...more

Bring Your Own Device (Everywhere): Legal and Practical Considerations for International BYOD Programs

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The cross-use of mobile devices for personal and professional purposes, commonly referred to as “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD”, is a relatively recent phenomenon that has created a host of legal and practical challenges...more

No Early Peek of Cross-Examination Documents - TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. v. Trading Techs. Int’l, Inc.

by McDermott Will & Emery on

Addressing patent owner’s challenge to the accuracy of the translation of a foreign language reference that was relied upon in a petition for covered business method (CBM) review, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s...more

Brazil Bill Implements New Provisions for International Data Transfers

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The Bill’s provisions on international data transfers are most relevant to foreign companies that do business in Brazil. The Brazilian government has issued a Bill for the Protection of Personal Data (Bill) for public...more

ITC Section 337 Update - February 2015

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Oral Argument Fails To Shed Light On The Outcome Of Anticipated En Banc Federal Circuit Decision In Suprema – On February 8, oral argument was held before the en banc Federal Circuit in Suprema v. Int’l Trade Comm’n, Case No....more

Bring Your Own Challenges

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From reliable surveys and less dependable anecdotes in most major markets, including the UK and the US, opinions point to the almost inevitable expansion of BYOD – Bring Your Own Device – as a cost-saving model for employers....more

Alert: New Russian Law Will Require Personal Data of Russian Citizens to be Processed on Servers Located in Russia

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In July 2014, Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin signed Federal Law No. 242-FZ (the "Law"), which amends existing Russian data privacy laws to require that personal data of Russian citizens be processed by servers...more

How EU data protection laws impact cross-border FCPA investigations

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EU data protection laws apply to "personal data" in the broadest sense. For instance, a business email sent by an employee from the office constitutes "personal data" as long as the email directly or indirectly identifies an...more

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