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Six Sets of Draft Principles Are Now Listed at
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
Arguably the most important information resource of is the page with the collection of Draft Principles underway by other AI Ethics groups around the world. We added a new one that came to our attention this week from an ABA article, A ‘principled’ artificial intelligence could improve justice (ABA…
Good New 33-Point e-Discovery Checklist From Miami
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
The United States District Court for the Southern District Court of Florida is now revising it’s Local Rule 16.1 on Pretrial Procedure in Civil Actions. (In the interests of full disclosure, I am a member of that Court, but am not on the Committee that prepared the proposed revisions.) The…
Should Litigators Think Like Investigators When Using Technology?
Originally posted on Techno Gumbo:
Tom O’Connor chats with Jo Sherman, Founder and CEO of legal software company EDT, about the best strategies for attorneys using technology. Listen to the entire conversation on the EDiscovery Channel, now available at
Office 365 – Architecture choices for your App development
Originally posted on SharePains:
I absolutely love the speed at which Microsoft releases new pieces of functionality in Office 365. But I’m struggling to keep up with “What is my best option?”. Take as an example the App model(s). Just to name a few of the bleeding edge options to implement a new application: SharePoint…
Oliver Butler: The Data Protection Bill and Public Authority Powers to Process Personal Data: Resurrecting Clause 152 of the Coroners and Justice Bill 2009?
Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
The Data Protection Bill currently before Parliament substantially resurrects the controversial clause 152 of the Coroners and Justice Bill 2009. Careful scrutiny of this provision is needed and it must not be lost in the legislative morass as the UK grapples with data protection reform. On 13th September…