LegalTech Quest Into Heart of Darkness

How to balance dark data's liability risks and information profit.

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How to balance dark data's liability risks and information profit.

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  • Parker Pearson

    Understandably, it‘s a tough balance. I can understand why people get worried about grooming the "digital haystack" but it seems that as long as it can be searched efficiently and destroyed on a consistent schedule, wouldn‘t the cost of storage be minimal by comparison to not having it when you need it?

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