Because user data on the blockchain is pseudonymized, it is subject to the GDPR. GDPR compliance is not about the technology, but rather how the technology is used to process personal data.
The acquisition positions Rajah & Tann Singapore among the first in Asia to launch a full-service e-discovery practice at a time when technology is rapidly disrupting large swathes of industries and the way goods and services are delivered to customers.
In June 2018, the EU legislative institutions announced that they had reached agreement on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union (the “Draft Regulation”). After its formal adoption, the Draft Regulation will become directly applicable law in all EU Member States six months after its official publication.
The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC) appears to provide an excellent and collaborative forum for legal industry professionals, to include those in the eDiscovery ecosystem, seeking to learn, develop, and deploy blockchain-centric solutions and services.
Even the best queries had lower recall with review of 6,000 documents than TAR 3.0 CAL achieved with review of only 3,000 documents, but a few of the queries did achieve higher recall than TAR 3.0 SAL when twice as much document review was performed with the search query compared to TAR 3.0 SAL.
In the Fall 2018 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, 20.1% of respondents viewed increasing data types as potentially having the greatest impact on their business in the next six months. This percentage is the highest of all concerns represented in the survey. Increasing data volume was also viewed as a considerable issue, with 18.8% of survey respondents noting it as their greatest business concern.
Combined Consilio and DiscoverReady business will leverage complementary strengths to deliver market-leading legal consulting and services to corporate legal teams and law firms globally.
This is the twelfth quarterly eDiscovery business confidence survey conducted by ComplexDiscovery. More than 1,100 individual responses have been received from legal, business, and technology professionals across the eDiscovery ecosystem in the course of the last three years and 85 respondents shared their opinions as part of the fall 2018 survey.
Estonia’s e-Residency is not an offshore scheme or online blockchain community, but a unique program that offers entrepreneurs full financial and legal access to the EU business environment.
Revenue from licensed products, such as traditional software run on a customer’s own servers and computers, is now recognized upfront.