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Electronically stored information, for the purpose of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) is information created, manipulated, communicated, stored, and best utilized in digital form, requiring the use of computer hardware and software.
The term has become a legally defined phrase as the U.S. government determined for the purposes of the FRCP rules of 2006 that promulgating procedures for maintenance and discovery for electronically stored information was necessary.
Types of ESI
The term native files refers to user-created documents, typically in Microsoft Office formats.
A judge ruled that RAM is reasonably accessible and retainable for anticipation of litigation.
In Australia RAM, can be used in litigation post 1996.
- Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Kenneth J. Withers, Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, Vol.4 (2), 171
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- Ronald J. Hedges (2007). Discovery of Electronically Stored Information. BNA Books. ISBN 1-57018-672-3 [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK]. More than one of
- Jonathan M. Redgrave (2007). The Sedona Principles 2007: Best Practices Recommendations & Principles for Addressing Electronic Document Production. BNA Books. ISBN 1-57018-677-4 [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK]. More than one of
- Albert J. Marcella, Albert J. Marcella, Jr., Doug Menendez (2007). "Electronically stored information and cyber forensics". Cyber Forensics. CRC Press. ISBN 0-8493-8328-5 [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK]. Unknown parameter
- Esq., Marian K. Riedy, Suman Beros, Esq. Kim Sperduto (2007). Litigating With Electronically Stored Information. Artech House Telecommunications Library. ISBN 1-59693-220-1 [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK]. Unknown parameter