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If computers, hard drives and e-discovery had existed in 17th century England, and if Shakespeare’s character Hamlet — the son of the Danish King in the eponymous play — had also been legal counsel for the Kingdom of Denmark, what would he have said in contemplating whether to image or not to image the hard drives of the castle’s computers for a legal hold?

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