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Court Says Deleting Browser History To 'Avoid Embarrassment' Isn't Destruction Of Evidence

A court order demanding the retention of digital evidence morphed into the worst-case scenario for a defendant in a Canadian "breach of confidence" lawsuit. Even though the defendant's actions were ultimately deemed lawful, the intended effect of the questioned action was undone by the judicial discussion of them. Melissa Caldwell of CyberLex has more details on the events leading up to this unfortunate conclusion: The underlying action arose after Moyse, who had been employed by Catalyst, left the company to take a position with a competing investment management firm.
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