Judges aren’t generally known for their tech savvy. John Facciola was one of the exceptions.

Facciola, 69, retired earlier this year as a federal magistrate judge in Washington after nearly two decades on the bench. He has long been a leading voice on issues about technology and the law, regularly speaking at events and writing about the use of electronically stored information in ­litigation.

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