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January, 2012

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January 31, 2012  4:38 PM

MegaUpload Seizure Mega Bummer for Legitimate Users

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

In case you needed proof of what the Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA) bill could have done, the U.S. government went on a few days after SOPA was withdrawn and shut down a website, claiming it was used to disseminate copyrighted content such as movies and television programs. "The domain name...

January 26, 2012  8:24 PM

LegalTech NY Brings Out Lots of E-Discovery Announcements

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

It's not quite as big as CES or CeBIT, but all the legal geeks will be partying down in New York next week during


January 20, 2012  6:14 PM

Study Warns of Third-Party Data Recovery Services

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Or, in this case, who protects you from the person who protects your data? According to a recent study by the Ponemon Institute, 


January 13, 2012  9:47 PM

IBM Sets Stage for Teeny-Weeny, Real Real Small, Disk Storage

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

To give you an idea of IBM's accomplishment of storing one bit of data in 12 atoms, or one byte of data in 96 atoms, of iron on a surface of copper nitride, the equivalent would be a 10, 416-terabyte drive in the size of a 1 TB drive today.* That's because, according to the New York Times,...


January 8, 2012  1:00 AM

Lack of a Backup Could Free a Killer

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher

Think getting your backup right is a case of life and death? Here's an incident where it really is. In a criminal case in Miami in 2009, a man named Randy Chaviano was convicted of second-degree murder committed in 2005 and sentenced to life in prison. As usual, a court stenographer was taking...


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