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DIGITAL EVIDENCE: Computer Forensics and…

DIGITAL EVIDENCE: Computer Forensics and Legal Issues Arising from…

by Michael J. Hannon

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0837716896, Hardcover)

This book explains some of the most important issues that arise when computers, digital devices and networks, which are increasingly used to create, store and communicate information, are the focus of investigation and potential use in a criminal or civil matter. This book covers several topics: basic hard drive and file system technology, computer forensic concepts, and several important Fourth Amendment issues that are triggered by the seizure and searches of computers, as well as the three federal statutes that form the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and which provide some privacy protection for Internet communications such as e-mail. Examples from published appellate cases are used to illustrate the various technical and legal issues.

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