Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provides that electronically stored information is subject to subpoena and discovery for use in legal proceedings. This rule is key to making electronic storage grounds for discovery as evidence. Rule 26 provides that each company has the duty to preserve documents that may be relevant in a particular case. Thus, companies are bound to preserve and turn over computer-stored and computer-generated records.

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