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  • Digital Evidence

    The latest posts for Digital Evidence are listed below.
    • Should I Provide my Password to the Police or FBI? : Encryption, Passwords & the Law

      According to reports, a recent survey revealed that the average person has over 27 different passwords for their online accounts. With the rise of applications for every area of life (banking, e-mail, social media, chipotle), this should come as no surprise. Within the justice system, it is becoming quite common for law enforcement, or other opposing parties, to seek to gain access to a ...
    • What Should you do if the Police or FBI Search your Home?

      When it comes to cases involving allegations of computer crime or Internet crime , especially cases involving allegations involving the possession or distribution of child pornography over the internet or a peer-to-peer program , the authorities generally execute a search warrant at a residence or business in order to gather and secure evidence. Typically, these searches occur very early in the ...
    • Federal Court Orders Woman to Unlock iPhone with her Finger

      Fresh off the controversy surrounding the FBI and the DOJ's legal battle over the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino investigation, a federal judge has authorized a warrant that reportedly orders a woman to unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint. The identity theft suspect in the case is required, per the warrant, to comply with the request. According to media reports, it remains unclear ...

    internet sex crimes

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    • Packingham v. North Carolina: Registration, Social Media and the First Amendment

      In Packingham v. North Carolina, the Supreme Court unanimously struck down a North Carolina law that made it a felony for registered sex offenders to engage in certain internet activity. The court stressed that the "sweeping law" would bar those on the registration from visiting sites such as Facebook & Twitter, but also a multitude of sites ranging from Amazon to WebMD, as well as the sites of ...
    • Should I Provide my Password to the Police or FBI? : Encryption, Passwords & the Law

      According to reports, a recent survey revealed that the average person has over 27 different passwords for their online accounts. With the rise of applications for every area of life (banking, e-mail, social media, chipotle), this should come as no surprise. Within the justice system, it is becoming quite common for law enforcement, or other opposing parties, to seek to gain access to a ...
    • Federal Court Orders Woman to Unlock iPhone with her Finger

      Fresh off the controversy surrounding the FBI and the DOJ's legal battle over the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino investigation, a federal judge has authorized a warrant that reportedly orders a woman to unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint. The identity theft suspect in the case is required, per the warrant, to comply with the request. According to media reports, it remains unclear ...

    News

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    • Artificial Intelligence & Robot Lawyers?

      A multi-national law firm recently announced that its bankruptcy unit has acquired an “artificial-intelligence attorney” or “AI lawyer.” The “robot” is identified as ROSS. ROSS reportedly will be used by the law firm’s bankruptcy division and is, in essence, a highly advanced research tool. This news has catapulted to the forefront the debate over the impact technology may have on the legal ...
    • Federal Court Orders Woman to Unlock iPhone with her Finger

      Fresh off the controversy surrounding the FBI and the DOJ's legal battle over the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino investigation, a federal judge has authorized a warrant that reportedly orders a woman to unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint. The identity theft suspect in the case is required, per the warrant, to comply with the request. According to media reports, it remains unclear ...
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