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Interesting how FIFA seems uninterested in compliance

From ABC news via the Corporate Compliance Weekly News email (which I recommend to anyone dealing with compliance) – FIFA has officially eradicated corruption. All it took was pressing the delete key. Soccer officials and players who bother checking out the new code of ethics governing their conduct will find the word “corruption” missing. They  read more

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Managing Public Records Requests for Electronic Communications

Public Records Requests, Freedom of Information Act and More Technology has certainly made communications easier and more mobile than ever across all mediums. This also expands the realm of public records requests from the media, citizens and other organizations. Reduce ediscovery costs with MessageWatcher The Technology Opportunity and Challenge Prior to 2006, the challenge of  read more

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Avoiding Archiving Fines: Review of Policies & Tech

Avoiding Archiving Fines for Email and More Archiving and supervision as a process have been in the lexicon of most businesses since at least the late 1990s. However, avoiding archiving fines seems to continue to elude some organizations. Capturing electronic communication – be they for regulatory purposes or just good record keeping – should be  read more

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Reducing eDiscovery Costs with Archiving

Often overlooked when implementing archiving solutions for messaging is the value in reducing the overhead of eDiscovery. This often occurs as archiving is primarily driven by the need to satisfy specific compliance activity for regulatory purposes. However, an archiving solution is much more. Even in light of improving conditions on some legal front, specific to consumer class action pre-trial discovery (see the Wall Street Journal article here), overall the need to be able to produce data for discovery can be overwhelming. This is both from a resource perspective along with the need for assembling the data results into proper format for courts.  read more