In the course of reporting our October cover story, “Defending Big Data,” Law Technology News sent out a request for information to legal technology vendors that participated in LegalTech New York 2012. We acknowledged the emergence of Big Data and the tension that exists in mining, exploiting, and monetizing customer data versus the security and privacy of that data. We then asked the vendors “if they have launched — or will be launching — products and services addressing Big Data.” LTN received a number of responses that show that, for the most part, that legal technologies addressing Big Data are focused on the production of evidence in litigation and government investigations, and not the extraction of customer or consumer preference.
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