Here’s our round-up of the latest eDisclosure/eDiscovery/legal IT/data protection – and anything else that takes his fancy – collated by Jonathan Maas from Ernst & Young…

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Expert attorneys shed light on cross-border eDiscovery challenges http://ow.ly/pSUWd

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Is it time for human analytics in document review? http://bit.ly/1gKkpSa

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Barrister Damian Murphy sets up chambers dedicated to eDisclosure http://ow.ly/pSBrJ

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Budgets, costs and sanctions in England and Wales http://wp.me/p2KJ5-2Ho

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Social media and eDiscovery: anatomy of a tweet http://goo.gl/kMDjTg

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Processing, analysing and presenting time data in mobile eDiscovery http://goo.gl/0AVWeu

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US judge’s thoughts on eDiscovery competence of outside lawyers http://goo.gl/WMlFvx

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The 2013 Legal Process Outsourcing Survey http://bit.ly/1i1Ejpm

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Europe moves to put online data beyond U.S. reach http://goo.gl/dEI4l2

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The promiscuous use of email creates cross-border nightmares http://at.law.com/ir6egh

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Predicting the text in redacted documents is close to reality http://bit.ly/1i8ma9C

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Where do I start?  An abridged overview of eDiscovery resources http://bit.ly/1a77UNf

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Federal Rules of Procedure: the developing eDiscovery landscape http://bit.ly/Hb0WNd

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Conference examines alternatives to eDiscovery status quo http://bit.ly/177n9VV

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Redundant and excessive search did not warrant cost shifting, court rules http://bit.ly/19TdvoG