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Electronic discovery
also called "e-discovery" and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. refers to discovery in civil litigation which deals with information in electronic format also referred to as Electronically Stored Information "ESI"

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  2. In this context, electronic form is the representation of information as binary numbers

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  3. Quite often, discovery evidence is either delayed or never produced, many times because of the inaccessibility of the data

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  4. Electronic information is different from paper information because of its intangible form, volume, transience, and persistence

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  5. Also, electronic information is usually accompanied by metadata, which is never present in paper information unless manually coded (See below)

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