Vanishing Messages in Apps Causing Issues for E-Discovery via Bloomberg Law

One attorney is quoted that clients who use apps such as Whatsapp, Wickr, Signal, and others that disappear a message “may well assume the worst of those communications” says Gilbert Ketelas. Further Jason Baron, another attorney says the use of these tools are popular among millennial because they are “just tremendously efficient”. Is an expectation of privacy an automatic admission of wrong doing?

SOURCEBloomberg Law
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