The weeks following Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s takeover of the social media giant Twitter have been plagued with a roller coaster of news about office closures, waves of resignations and—more recently—concerns of a complete Twitter shutdown.

For now, whether Twitter’s doomsday is coming is still uncertain. But, while the threat of loss of years’ worth of companies’ data has prompted some e-discovery attorneys to act preemptively and preserve their clients’ data, for others this could be the impetus behind testing collection tools and reevaluating e-discovery processes to account for ephemeral data.

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