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October 12, 2011

Digital Reef Debuts Free ECA Service

DigitalreefDigital Reef, which offers hosted e-discovery services, recently opened a cost-free early case assessment service at MyEdiscovery.com. The new service lets users upload a data set, after which they are told its initial size, potential size after deduplication, size of data responsive to popular search terms, and number of files responsive to search terms, according to the site's Frequently Asked Questions page.

But there are limits. Data is stored for seven days, and then customers must either pay for online storage, pay to download the output, or let the data evaporate, the site FAQ explains. Read more at Law Technology News.

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