All new communications and collaboration technologies come with their own unique set of capabilities to create, modify, preserve and share content. The growing business uses of social media, mobile apps, text messages and new collaboration platforms are posing fresh challenges for e-discovery.

Several recent legal cases help to illustrate this changing landscape. For instance, NFL player Mychal Kendricks pleaded guilty and faced a potential 25-year sentence based on an insider trading scheme that was uncovered from a series of text messages and FaceTime posts.

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