It used to be that to redact a document, you took a black marker or white tape and, voil┐, problem solved. In today's digital age, however, redaction is a critical feature of document management. Failure to redact documents properly is not just a first-year associate's nightmare, it's a potential crime and a malpractice mess. Here's a look at some tools to help you hide what shouldn't be seen.
A New Generation of Redacting Tools
The National Law Journal
November 14, 2002
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