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eDiscovery is a relatively new phenomenon. Federal and state courts, on a daily basis, seek to define the contours of attorneys’ and clients’ obligations with respect to electronic evidence, including proportionality, preservation, and production. TechLawLogy tracks the intersection of technology and law, with an emphasis on trending issues in eDiscovery under federal and state rules concerning eDiscovery.

The Little Known Six Letters That Protect Your Data

Ian Ball Thursday, 07 April 2016
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You may have never heard of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), but it is at work behind the scenes to keep your digital information safe. The PCI DSS is comprised of twelve requirements that set forth data protection measures for entities involved in payment card transactions. While the PCI DSS standards are stringent, nevertheless, a business' payment card transaction data will always be susceptible to some form of outside threat. To be sure, several PCI DSS compliant b...
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