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Cloud Computing And Electronic Discovery (Cód: 9235946)

Cendrowski,Harry; Martin,James P

John Wiley & Sons

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Explore the frontier of electronic discovery in the cloud 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery' comprehensively covers the quickly-evolving realm of eDiscovery in cloud computing environments, a computing and legal frontier in which the rules and legal precedents are being developed anew seemingly by the day. The book delves into this fascinating and rapidly-developing topic to prepare fraud investigators, legal professionals, forensic accountants, and executives understand the ramifications of storing data with third party providers and how such storage mechanisms relate to the limits of discovery practices. This up-to-date resource also includes a complete discussion of the few existing legal precedents and current cases that are shaping interpretation of discovery laws in the cloud space, a perfect overview for executives storing their companies' data in the cloud and the legal professionals tasked with understanding and interpreting the discovery rules surrounding that data. The book is comprehensive in scope and includes: An overview of current trends in cloud computing, including potential information that should be considered in an investigation that involves data held by a cloud service provider Updates on current and proposed laws governing discovery of information held by a third party cloud service provider Updates on legal cases that address the issues of the Electronic Communication Privacy Act, the Federal law prohibiting release of information by a third party provider Practical guidance on how to consider the availability of cloud data relevant to an investigation, and how to include this data in discovery plans For business, accounting, and legal professionals, 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery' is an invaluable resource for understanding the nuanced development of cloud eDiscovery policies, practices, and law as they continue to unfold and develop. 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery' offers an accessible resource that explores cloud computing technology's impact on electronic discovery approaches in litigation and criminal investigations. The key issue from a legal perspective is that an investigator or litigant cannot simply access the data that is held by a third party in the cloud. Written by James P. Martin and Harry Cendrowski--experts in this emerging field--the book delves into this fascinating and rapidly-developing area of law to better prepare fraud investigators, legal professionals, forensic accountants, and executives with an understanding of the ramifications of storing data with third-party providers and how such storage mechanisms relate to the limits of discovery practices. In non-technical language, the authors reveal how data is stored and (at a high level) the technical aspects of hosted solutions that can affect production of data. As the authors explain, discovery of data within a cloud computing solution falls under the restrictions of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986. Today, judges use this law to rule on cases involving data created and stored by devices that would have been considered as science fiction in the almost thirty years since the law was first written. The book also explores in detail the Stored Communications Act (which falls within the Electronic Communications Privacy Act) as well as the prior laws that protected technological communications of a bygone era. Throughout the book, Martin and Cendrowski offer insights into legal concepts that shape current cases and the common themes of privacy issues. They also describe the limitations of the current laws in interpreting modern systems and devices. In addition, the book surveys many of the precedent-setting cases that involved interpretation of hosted data and access of that data by litigants or the government. Based on current trends and recent court cases, the book includes practical guidance on how to consider the availability of cloud data relevant to an investigation and how to include this data in discovery plans. The companion website includes the most recent updates to the laws covering cloud computing and electronic discovery. For business, accounting, and legal professionals, 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery' is an invaluable resource for understanding the evolution of cloud eDiscovery policies, practices, and law as they continue to unfold and develop. The definitive guide to the legal implications of electronic discovery in the cloud 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery' and its companion website is a comprehensive resource that covers the most important information and contains illustrative examples needed to understand the rapidly evolving realm of eDiscovery in cloud computing environments. The rules and legal precedents of the computing and legal frontier of electronic discovery are being developed almost as quickly as the technology is changing. Written for fraud investigators, legal professionals, forensic accountants, and business executives, the book offers an understanding of the ramifications of storing data with third-party providers and shows how such storage mechanisms relate to the limits of discovery practices. This up-to-date resource also includes a discussion of the existing legal precedents and current cases that are shaping interpretation of discovery laws in the cloud. The authors offer a compelling overview for executives storing their companies' data in the cloud and the legal professionals tasked with understanding and interpreting the discovery rules surrounding that data. In non-technical language, the book offers an insightful overview of current trends in cloud computing and includes practical guidance for the information that should be considered in an investigation that involves data held by a cloud service provider. The authors also offer the latest updates on the current and proposed laws governing discovery of information held by a third-party cloud service provider. With 'Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery,' business, accounting, and legal professionals have an invaluable resource for understanding the evolution of cloud eDiscovery policies, practices, and laws.

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Marca John Wiley & Sons
Cód. Barras 9781118764305
Altura 22.86 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781118764305
Profundidade 2.29 cm
Referência 026185618
Acabamento Capa dura
Ano da edição 2014
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 208
Peso 0.39 Kg
Largura 15.49 cm
AutorCendrowski,Harry; Martin,James P

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