Short for electronic discovery, e-discovery is a term used in civil litigation that describes the discovery of information in electronic format, typically recovered through digital forensics analysis. Forensic investigators, lawyers, and IT managers all conduct e-discovery, sometimes each with their own terminology, which can cause confusion when trying to communicate between professions.
There are a number of types of information that are analyzed with e-discovery, including e-mail, electronic documents (Word, Excel, PDF, etc.), instant messaging chat logs, web sites, as well as just about any other type of electronically stored information. Those involved in the e-discovery are typically most interested in the original files, as well as the original file formats. Sometimes this involves analyzing printed documents, which later were converted to a PDF document or re-created as a Word document. This allows them to look at the material from the start and possibly find hidden evidence.
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