Posts Tagged ‘democrats’

E-Discovery Decision Demonstrates Need For Effective Retention Practices: A Great Case Study For E-Discovery Training

Monday, January 7th, 2008

I’m still catching up on December news…and I ran across a significant e-discovery ruling. The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California ruled December 13, 2007, that Justin Bunnell/ was guilty of “willful spoliation of evidence” violating the E-Discovery Rule in the suit Columbia Pictures, Inc. brought against them for copyright infringement.
Reading through the court records, it is really amazing how blatantly the defendent violated what seemed to be almost every e-discovery rule possible in this situation. They…


Privacy, The 5th Amendment And PGP Passwords

Sunday, January 6th, 2008

While doing some encryption research I ran across this Vermont ruling made on November 29, 2007.
It provides some good lessons about computer forensics and investigation and password management.


The Iowa Caucus Experience in Madison County: Cameras Not a Factor

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Well, after over a year of fervent campaigning by many presidential hopefuls, the Iowa caucuses are over! As I mentioned a couple of days ago I have never declared a party before, but this year I wanted to be part of the caucus experience. I wanted to participate and see first-hand what it was like and not just have some political pundits from the east or west coasts giving their inaccurate opinions of what really goes on.


Don’t Expect Privacy At The Iowa Caucuses

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

I am happy to live in Iowa. I’ve enjoyed getting to see the presidential hopefuls in the state for the past 1+ years. I always vote during presidential elections, but I’ve never yet declared a party; I really don’t want to be listed in who knows how many places under such a label. However, this year I would really like to participate in the Iowa caucus.