When Florida Bar president-elect Henry Coxe III brought up metadata mining to the Bar’s board of governors, some board members conceded they had never heard of the practice.

Coxe himself had only recently become aware that electronic documents could be mined for information about their history when it happened to a partner at this firm. At the board of governors meeting in December, he recounted the first time he became aware of metadata mining and its consequences.

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