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Digital evidence is the collective term used to describe information or materials stored or transmitted in digital form that is to be tendered as an exhibit in a court of law. The past few decades have seen an explosion in the use of technology in all walks of life and industry. From email to automated control systems for water supplies, information systems and technology underpin our modern society. Perhaps unsurprisingly, criminals have moved with the times, finding means by which to leverage technology in the commission or support of offences.
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==Links==
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[http://www.wikicrimeline.co.uk/index.php?title=Digital_evidence WikiCrimeLine Digital evidence]

Latest revision as of 04:17, 26 May 2007

Digital evidence is the collective term used to describe information or materials stored or transmitted in digital form that is to be tendered as an exhibit in a court of law. The past few decades have seen an explosion in the use of technology in all walks of life and industry. From email to automated control systems for water supplies, information systems and technology underpin our modern society. Perhaps unsurprisingly, criminals have moved with the times, finding means by which to leverage technology in the commission or support of offences.


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WikiCrimeLine Digital evidence