Social media is a valuable way to communicate with customers, but many heavily regulated financial firms shy away from its use, fearing that regulatory compliance will be too difficult. Organizations can also find social media to be critical in eDiscovery because it offers a rare window into people’s daily thoughts and activities, even after those people have become embroiled in litigation.
Watch the replay for a discussion on the effects of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and how your organization can prepare for future API challenges when capturing social media content. Simply fill out the form to view the recording of the web event!
In this webinar, eDiscovery experts discuss:
How organizations use social media in the course of their business and the associated risk
Challenges surrounding compliance and eDiscovery collections
What is driving compliance and eDiscovery practitioners toward superior native-format collections
Instant messaging and collaboration tools are just another example of technology complicating discovery. There are more considerations than you think, and the last minute is not the time to resolve them.
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