Certificate of Proficiency in Digital Evidence & eDiscovery Law Practice in Nigeria

Weekly training modules are based on the textbook: DIGITAL EVIDENCE & eDISCOVERY LAW PRACTICE IN NIGERIA by the Convener of the course Emeka Arinze Esq, LLM, M.I.T (info-tech), CBSP (Certified Biometric & Surveillance Professional, CDEA (Certified Digital Evidence Analyst), CCI (Certified Cybercrime Investigator), CFP (Certified Forensic Professional).

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WEEK

26

5 hours to complete
Accessibility and Inaccessibility Issues in the Production of Electronically Stored Information. See Chapter 26 of the book for further reading

Discovery is not just about uncovering the truth, but also about how much of the truth the parties can afford to uncover. Uncovering the truth may encounter difficulties to the extent that the requested document may have been edited or existing only on a crashed hard drive or stored on a device that is no longer operable, such as an early “zip drive” or unreadable old “floppy disc”. These scenarios suggest that data may or may not be accessible for recovery.

The Focus of this Weekly Module

During discovery, whether the producing party’s data is accessible or inaccessible, is an important element for determination. The producing party will have to provide its accessible data while it may not have to provide its inaccessible data. This module focuses guidelines to Parties on Accessible and Inaccessible ESI.

Gains and Benefit

On completion of the lecture as espoused in the video, reading activity, quiz and assessment, you will be able to understand:

  • accessible and inaccessible Electronically Stored Information and
  • guidelines to parties on accessible and inaccessible ESI.
Video (Total 15 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz, 1 assignment SEE ALL
1 video
Accessibility and Inaccessibility Issues in the Production of Electronically Stored Information
1 readings
Module Guide
1 quiz
Activity - Answer a 30 min question & answer test
1 assignment
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