Looking forward to a nice paddle today, then up to my parents’ for my dad’s birthday. Happy birthday dad!
Here’s what I’ve been into in the last couple of weeks.
- Craig Ball, Clumsy Redaction Can Spell Negligence. I scan lots of the stuff I read on-screen, but if its worth fully digesting will print and highlight. I always print and highlight e-discovery articles written by Craig Ball.
- Patrick Kampert, In the era of NO PRIVACY The secret is honesty. The idea expressed in this title is a challenging one for privacy advocates. Daniel Solve counters it in this article. (Chicago Tribune)
- Gregory Fordham, Sedona Conference Releases Best Practices Update: More Is Still Needed. Mr. Fordham, a forensic IT specialist, criticizes the June 2007 update to The Sedona Principles, writing in favor of broader preservation, greater openness to inspections and other more technical points about the production of native files.
- David Ardia, Coalition of Media Organizations Challenges Prior Restraints in Wikileaks Case. Wikileaks is a website on which people can anonymously post leaked documents in the name of good governance in the public and private sectors. It was shut down by a California court several weeks ago in litigation brought by a Cayman Islands bank. David Ardia of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society has done some choice coverage, this blog post being published before the order was vacated.
- NPR Intelligence Squared U.S., Better More Surveillance than Another 911. Audio of a relatively spirited debate. I think it was “no” advocate Nadine Strossen of the ALCU, but Andrew McCarthy of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies also did well for the “yes” side.