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Electronic Discovery in International Arbitration -Focusing on the Establishment of Rules Regarding Electronic Discovery- (국제중재에서의 전자증거개시 -전자증거개시를 규율하는 규정의 제정을 중심으로-)

  • Ahn, Jeong-Hye
    • Journal of Arbitration Studies
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.67-90
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    • 2010
  • Electronic discovery refers to the discovery of electronically stored information. The differences between producing paper documents and electronic information can be categorized into seven groups: massive volume, persistence, dynamic and changeable contents, metadata, environment-dependence, dispersion and searchability. Since these differences make the discovery more expensive and less expeditious, it is necessary to limit the scope of discovery. Accordingly, a number of arbitration institutions have already introduced rules, guidelines or protocols on electronic discovery. ICDR guidelines take a minimal approach and address only the proper form of electronic document. CIArb Protocol is intended to act as a checklist for discovery of electronic data. CPR Protocol offers four modes of discovery of electronic documents ranging from minimal to extensive among which the parties may choose the way of electronic discovery. IBA Rules on Evidence and ICC Rules are silent on the issue of electronic discovery, however, working parties of the ICC are considering updates to the rules to deal with electronic discovery. It is disputed whether rules, guidelines or protocols on electronic discovery is necessary or appropriate. Although some have suggested that existing rules can make adequate provision for electronic discovery, it is more desirable to prepare new rules, guidelines or protocols to make arbitrators and counsels be familiar with electronic discovery process, to provide an adequate standard for electronic discovery and to limit the time and cost of electronic discovery. Such rules on electronic discovery should include provisions regarding the form of electronic document production, conference between parties regarding electronic discovery, keyword search, bearing the expenses to reduce disputes over electronic discovery.

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  • Shin, Song-Seok;Byun, Young-Joo;Lim, Kyung-Min;Choi, Jin-Kyu;Lee, Ki-Wha;Moh, Joo-Hyun;Kim, Jin-Kwan;Jeong, Yeon-Su;Kim, Ji-Young;Choi, Young-Hoon;Koh, Hyun-Ju;Park, Young-Ho;Oh, Young-Im
    • Proceedings of the PSK Conference
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    • pp.67-68
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    • 2005
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Design of Emergency Response e-Discovery Systems using Encryption and Authentication (e-Discovery 시스템 설계와 관리를 위한 인증과 암호화)

  • Chun, Woo-Sung;Park, Dea-Woo
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Computer Information Conference
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    • pp.139-142
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    • 2011
  • 해외 기술 유출 사고로 인하여 한국 경제에 약 수조원의 피해가 발생하였다. 기업의 기술 유출과 사고 책임 소재를 증명하기 위한 e-Discovery시스템과 기업CERT/CC에 연구가 필요하다. 본 논문에서는 e-Discovery의 개념과 관련법안 및 권고안, 포렌식 수사절차에 대해 연구하고, 국내 e-Discovery 사고 사례와 해외 e-Discovery 사고 사례를 연구한다. e-Discovery가 도입되면 기업 CERT/CC에서 필요한 e-Discovery 시스템을 설계한다. e-Discovery 시스템의 접근과 인증을 위한 사용자인증과 기기 인증에 대한 기술과 암호화 기술을 연구한다. 본 논문 연구를 통하여 e-Discovery 제도의 도입과 포렌식 기술 발전에 기초자료로 활용될 것이다.

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Discovery of Proximate Devices with Partial Information for Device-to-Device Communication Systems (디바이스 간 직접통신 시스템을 위한 부분 정보를 이용한 근거리 디바이스 발견)

  • Yeo, Gyu-Hak;Chae, Seung-Yeob;Rim, Min-Joong;Kang, Chung G.;Yeh, Choong-Il;Ahn, Jae-Young
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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    • v.38B no.5
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    • pp.328-336
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    • 2013
  • One of the important processes in device-to-device communication is the discovery of proximate devices. In order to perform precise discovery of devices, the distance information among all the device pairs should be gathered by each device sending a discovery signal in turn and the other devices receiving the signal. However, periodic discovery signal transmission by every device might require too long discovery period or too large resource for discovery. Above all, some discovery information might be lost due to several practical reasons and it may take substantial amount of time to obtain all the necessary information. In this paper, we propose a proximate-device-discovery method using partial discovery information in order to reduce the resource for discovery and support the cases in which some discovery information can be lost. We also discuss discovery probabilities with partial discovery information.