A 66-year-old governing body with 162 member nations that deal with a wide range of issues has announced that they are forming a new committee who will have the task of developing standards for eDiscovery processes. The International Standards Organisation has said that the standards, should they be passed, ‘would define procedures for technology companies, discovery providers and their clients to follow when handling digital data’. A draft of the committee charter states: “This international standard provides guidance on measures spanning from initial creation of electronically stored information through its final disposition, which an organisation can undertake to mitigate risk and expense should electronic discovery become an issue.”
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