Like any good millennial, I’ve been an active social media user since I was about 12. Over the course of my life, I’ve signed up for and published to dozens of social media platforms that have fallen in and out of fashion. PEW Research data finds that, like me, most Americans are active on at least a few different social media platforms.
So it might come as no surprise that social media has become a fairly important facet of e-discovery. But because social media platforms run the gamut of file types, data storage and content, all of which can be generated by a multitude of users for any given matter, collecting data from them can be a difficult endeavor.
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