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No Disclosure: Why Search Terms Are Worthy of Court's Protection
judges have continued to order the disclosure of search terms in a series
of decisions that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature
of key aspects of the e-discovery process. In this article, we review a
recent decision that exemplifies this trend.


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