A well-crafted banner for a video conference or virtual meeting can affect the legal status of the event. This video demonstrates a banner for cloaking a meeting with attorney-client privilege status and attorney work product status, where the attorney joins by webcam.in reference to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yU-K2BRaCM (view on Google Sidewiki)
The insertion of explanatory notes was possible for traditional paper discovery, but the insertion of notes can be more quick and efficient when the records are electronic.
in reference to:
"tags can also be used to explain why a particular record has been included in a discovery request"
- http://bandl.typepad.com/bandl/2010/03/xml-tags-provide-relief-for-ediscovery.html (view on Google Sidewiki)
ChoicePoint's decision in 2005 to withdraw from a profitable line of business is seen today as a textbook example of a company reacting strategically to the changing law of data security. The law grows more dangerous. Many enterprises have yet to learn the ChoicePoint lesson. http://legal-beagle.typepad.
"said it would no longer sell data to private investigators, debt collectors, or businesses such as check-cashing outfits"
- http://news.cnet.com/ChoicePoint-overhaul-completed,-company-says/2100-1029_3-5768426.html (view on Google Sidewiki)
See discussion in the leading book "Information Security: Managing the Legal Risk," by Nick Gifford. Gifford cites this story of Christopher Maxwell’s botnet attack on Northwest Hospital to analyze how legal liability for a botnet attack (a relatively new phenomenon in society) might apply. http://www.cch.com.au/au/
"effort to make money by controlling network of robot computers"
- http://www.justice.gov/criminal/cybercrime/maxwellIndict.htm (view on Google Sidewiki)