The following is a glossary of 123 commonly used terms to help you navigate the world of Electronic Discovery.
Active Data: This term is often used to describe information currently displayed on a computer screen. The more technical usage refers to information stored on local storage media or a device that is visible to the operating system and/or application software with which it was created. Active data is accessible to users immediately and without modification or restoration.
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