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E-discovery companies are getting restless. Sure, there’s a lot of work in the U.S., but there’s also a whole wide world out there in need of e-discovery services. And in large part, they can thank active local legislators for that. From South America to Europe and Asia, national privacy laws are changing the way data can and can’t be transferred from certain countries, making a local presence all the more important.

Rhys Dipshan

CT-born, New York-based legal tech reporter covering everything from in-house technology disruption to privacy trends, blockchain, AI, cybersecurity, and ghosts-in-the-machine. Continually waiting for law to catch up with tech. (It's like waiting for Godot, but without the clowns)

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