Big Data Technology

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LTN asked legal technology vendors if they have launched products or services addressing Big Data and the tension that exists in mining customer data versus the security and privacy of that data and found that legal technologies are focused on the production of evidence in litigation, not the extraction of customer or consumer preference.

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  • Andy Wilson (Logikcull)

    Nice writeup Sean. I think one thing is clear: the definition of "Big Data" according to the eDiscovery industry is unclear at the moment. I hope BDA doesn't become the new ECA.

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