LITIGATING IN THE CLOUD . THE SEDONA CONFERENCE GUIDELINES AND PRACTICAL PRECEDENTS FOR E-DISCOVERY. LEXPERT CLOUD COMPUTING CONFERENCE 2012 CLOUD COMPUTING: A PRACTICAL APPROACH. TANISHA G. TULLOCH 416-777-5359 [email protected]
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Ontario Evidence Act
“Digital cameras typically record the time and date when the photograph was taken. Some cameras capture the camera’s GPS co-ordinates as well. These data are known as metadata. These data are relevant to a matter in issue in this lawsuit because they may provide information from which the camera user’s tolerance for physical activity from day to day or over several other days may be inferred.”
-Justice Rogers, Abougoush v. Sauve  B.C.J. No. 1243
“The internet and digital technology have brought an enormous change in the way we communicate and in our capacity to capture, store and retrieve information. As the facts of this case indicate, routinely kept electronic data bases render our most personal financial information vulnerable.”
ProportionalityTHE SEDONA PRINCIPLES:DISCOVERY OBLIGATIONS IN THE CLOUD
When does the preservation requirement arise?
What is the scope of preservation for Cloud information?
Methodology of Production
Format for Production
Logan v. Harper, 2003 CanLII 15592
Process of Production
The Proportionality Rule