20+ Interesting Social Media Archiving and Collection Technologies
Based on a short website survey of leading eDiscovery and/or archiving technology providers, the following list provides a quick, non-all inclusive working reference of firms that appear to have developed social media archiving and/or collection technology that may be useful in the conduct of eDiscovery.
Social Media Archiving and/or Collection Technology Providers
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