Implications of a Jeopardy - Computer Named Watson: Beating Corporate Boards of Directors at Fiduciary Duties, The

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Groves, Roger M.
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2012
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INTRODUCTION|Can my employer look at my e-mails, cell phone calls, instant messages, Facebook, and Twitter accounts over the past two years and know when I lied? Can they know when I edited documents uncharacteristically as part of a cover up? If I am on the board of directors of a corporation, can my e-mails reveal our decision-making anomalies? If so, how does that play out in litigation? Ask Enron executives. Welcome to the world of forensic evidence analytics. While the story of Enron has largely been written, the Enron litigation documents are unwitting sunken treasures that are still being explored. Millions of documents, including five million messages, termed electronically stored information ("ESI"), from the Enron litigation have provided an opportunity for software developers to commence a cottage industry. The industry is forensic examination of ESI to discover trends and make findings as to who did what in the company...
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45 Creighton L. Rev. 377 (2011-2012)
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Creighton University School of Law
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