What is eDiscovery,What Qualifies As Electronic or e-Discovery?

In any legal action, the right to gather and review evidence is referred to as the Discovery Process. In the past, this process usually referred to interviewing people involved in the case and witness testimony, gathering paper records for review from various sources, and obtaining physical evidence for review.
Enter the Internet Age. Since the 1990s, electronic information has become a huge part of the discovery process. It has become such a large portion of discovery it is now referred to as eDiscovery, e-Discovery, electronic discovery, or, in the UK, eDisclosure. Each of these terms can be interchanged while retaining the same meaning.