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As various forms of social media have become commonplace, lawyers increasingly utilize social media and social networks as investigative tools.
The increasing popularity of social media, such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and YouTube presents new challenges as courts and litigants grapple with whether and how information posted on such media might be used in litigation.
Learn about general admissibility criteria for various types of ESI including: Email, Internet Website Postings, Text Messages, Tweets, Computer Stored Records, Data and Photos.
This article discusses four questions to ask when evaluating soundness of Mobile Device Forensic Tools.
Attorneys should request that ESI be produced in native format in order to maintain substantive and embedded metadata and to take advantage of advanced searches and analytics. Reviewing documents in static format increases costs of production and review.
The practitioner’s guide to legal issues related to digital investigations and electronic discovery
This article briefly discusses the appropriate measures to be taken when seizing a device, chain of custody, maintaining data integrity, validating results, crafting reports, presenting evidence, questions to ask the examiner, using the data to tell a story, and the use of visuals.
Computer Forensics may be unfairly applied in order to tip the scales of justice in favor of the prosecution.