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The Truth about True and Accurate Outputs

There are many ways the output appearance of web content you’re trying to save or print appears nothing like it looks online. There may be re-targeted ads with the slippers you bought for yourself last winter, the printed information may be out of order or even...

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How to Preserve YouTube Videos for Legal Cases

Videos are quite prevalent on social media platforms these days. With a camera on most mobile phones and laptops, videos are rapidly becoming the medium for sharing opinions, opening up about personal lives, and recording events as they are being witnessed. While...

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Social Media Collection Practices Revealed by Litigators

In our e-Discovery Trends 2017: Web Content Collection report, we surveyed litigators on their social media collection practices and discovered the most common platforms they use to find discoverable web evidence, as well as the social media evidence they’re...

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What You Can Learn from IL v. Lorenzo Kent

Here at Page Vault, we talk a lot about the importance of web content authentication. Recently, we came across the IL v. Lorenzo Kent, 2017 IL App (2d) 140917, No. 2-14-0917 (Lorenzo Kent) opinion which reversed a first-degree murder conviction, in part because of a...

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Page Vault Publishes 2017 Report on e-Discovery Trends

Litigators identify the latest web content collection trends and insights CHICAGO, IL (JULY 13, 2017) - Page Vault Inc., the legal industry’s leading provider of web capture solutions, published e-Discovery Trends 2017: Web Content Collection, a report sharing the...

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Free Webinar: Modern Capture Practices for Admissible Evidence

Join Patrick Schweihs, Esq. of Page Vault, and Brett Burney, e-Discovery consultant, for a free webinar on new rules, ethical issues and best practices that affect modern web content collection. Topic highlights include: How legal professionals often miss the data...

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How Seriously Should We Take the COVFEFE Act?

Over the last few years, we’ve seen an accelerated shift in government officials frequently using social media platforms as an official channel of communication to the public. Specifically Twitter allows for quick circulation to a mass audience and concise content to...

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