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EMC VP Andrew Cohen seems to have broken an EMC embargo about a forthcoming eDiscovery product.

An astute Register reader pointed out this blog entry: "Andrew's Blog: Interview of Andrew Cohen regarding SourceOne and ..."

If you click on the link you get a "link broken" message. Lucky Chrome users can go straight to a Google-cached copy of the link. Others will have to run a Google search to get to the cached entry.

The cached entry webpage reads: "Interview of Andrew Cohen regarding SourceOne and eDiscovery. Attached is a video of a brief interview of me discussing the basics of information governance, in-house eDiscovery and how EMC SourceOne addresses both, and drives tangible return on investment, in unique and scalable ways."

There is a hot link to download the video, but that link is also broken and there is no cached copy.

The, for sure, red-faced Andrew Cohen is Associate General Counsel and VP for Compliance Solutions at EMC. We expect he's regretting not being able to comply with EMC's own rules. Ho, ho ho. ®

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