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“Cleaning-Up” Social Media Evidence

At the end of January this year, the Professional Ethics Committee of the Florida Bar issued a Proposed Advisory Opinion (14-1), in which they stated “a lawyer may advise the client pre-litigation to remove information from a social media page, regardless of its relevance to a reasonably foreseeable proceeding.” This is a dynamic finding in […]
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5 Chrome Apps for Lawyers

Interesting article about eDiscovery and other digital tools for Lawyers in Investintech: “While it’s true that highly niched professionals like lawyers require a specific set of tools, sometimes something as simple as a Chrome add-on can be just as (or dare we say, even more?) powerful. If you’re a lawyer looking for better, faster ways […]
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Collection of Legally Admissible Content

New article about WebPreserver was posted on Legaltech News: WebPreserver Allows for Collection of Legally Admissible Content From Social Media With the growth of social media, lawyers and legal departments find they need to collect relevant evidence from social media and Web pages so they can present it in a form that is admissible during […]
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Announcing WebPreserver – Collect Web & Social Media as Legally Admissible Evidence

Vancouver BC, April 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — WebPreserver Software Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of WebPreserver.com (https://www.webpreserver.com), a new solution to create digital evidence with a single click. WebPreserver simplifies eDiscovery and case preparation for web and social media related legal cases such as online harassment, cyber crime, Doxxing, IP infringement and social […]
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eDiscovery Costs: Social Media Evidence

eDiscovery costs soar to $90,000 in Social Media Evidence Case The recent tort case of Federico v. Lincoln Military House (regarding mould and related injuries in a military housing facility) discussed the Proportionality of social media content to be disclosed during Discovery – and highlighted the cost of unnecessary expert analysis. In finding that certain […]
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Inadmissibility of Social Media Printouts

United States v. Vayner 2014 2014 was a landmark year in establishing the admissibility and stance of screenshots and printouts of social media in litigation, with one of the more notable examples of this being the evaluation of a printout from the Russian equivalent of Facebook (VK.com) in United States v. Vayner. Social Media Printout […]
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The Foundations of Digital Evidence

Re. Vee Vinhnee When traditional courts met with electronic evidence… The 2005 case of Re. Vee Vinhnee is, to this day, a leading case in the standards of admissibility of digital evidence in the courts, with its findings ever conclusive and integral to eDiscovery a decade later. In this bankruptcy case, key witness evidence in […]
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Social Media Discovery Blog

Welcome to the WebPreserver Blog! Are you a Lawyer, Law Enforcement official or otherwise have an interest in legal issues regarding online evidence gathering and preservation? If so this is the Blog for you! We’re dedicated to offering information, news, cases, studies, and best practice advice on the archiving of social media and web content. […]
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