FLASH SURVEY: SOCIAL MEDIA COLLECTIONS

| December 13 2018

Ahh...Social Media, So many conversations 

Social media is crucial to how businesses relate to customers. But the Cambridge Analytica data scandal did more than deflate customer confidence in how corporations use their information: it also impeded businesses’ ability to use APIs to collect and preserve their own social media data for ediscovery and regulatory compliance. Surprisingly, the long-term effect of the Cambridge Analytica fallout may be an improvement in the way businesses preserve online data, using native-format web capture.

We'd like to hear from you

We'd like to learn more from the field. We want to hear from legal, business, and technical professionals who collect social media content for ediscovery or need reliable captures for compliance. We want to hear your insights on the challenges, the tools, and satisfaction with them. Please take this one-minute flash survey to help us identify the biggest pain points with social media collections. You can even earn a $10 Amazon Gift Card by completing the survey and using a valid work email. We'll be happy to share the compiled results with you in the future.

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