e-Discovery is the identification, collection, review, and production of information stored in electronic format, “ESI” or “Electronically Stored Information”, (e.g. emails and their attachments, text messages, spreadsheets, presentations, memos, reports, and computer-generated information, such as link files, registry entries, log files, configuration data, and metadata). e-Discovery is also referred to as “eDiscovery”, “Electronic Discovery”, “Digital Discovery”, “ED”, “EDD”, “EED”, “Electronic Digital Discovery”, “Electronic Disclosure”, “Electronic Document Discovery”, and “Electronic Evidence Discovery”.
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