Author Archives: Steven O'Neill

INFORMATION GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES in the LIFE SCIENCES, and FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRIES

While many of the high-level principles of Information Governance (IG) and the technologies supporting their implementation are almost universally applicable, each industry sector presents different challenges – one-size solution does not fit all. For example, unregulated privately held technology start-ups … Continue reading

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Cloudy Laws II – Only 65 Challenges to eDiscovery Forensics in the Cloud

Among the many types of challenges presented by the adoption of cloud computing are those involving computer forensics. Computer forensics can be thought of as the set of tools and techniques that make eDiscovery possible and reliable. It is defined … Continue reading

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Cloudy Laws – Part I

Cloud computing presents innumerable opportunities and brings with it enormous security and legal challenges. While there is no single accepted definition of the “cloud,” the National Institute of Standards and Technology created a reference model in 2011. NIST defined cloud … Continue reading

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Live Courtroom Coverage in Massachusetts | OpenCourt.us

OpenCourt is a pilot project which aims to open the workings of the justice system to the public. The project involves live-streaming of proceedings from the Quincy District Court in Massachusetts.  Live Coverage | OpenCourt In addition to being the … Continue reading

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LocationGate – Where in the World Was Waldo?

Just look at his iPhone data Apparently I am not the only person troubled by the recent revelation that Google and Apple collect location data from smart phones.  Mike Elgan wrote a thoughtful piece for Computerworld. Who owns your location? … Continue reading

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