Posts tagged with: eDiscovery

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chicago, IL The principals of 4Discovery and eDiscovery Labs have announced the strategic merger of their organizations into one brand: 4Discovery. For over a decade, Jeffrey Hartman and Chad Gough grew Impact Forensics into one of the...
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Good laws badly applied are still good laws. There has been much-needed debate over the relevance of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) in light of Aaron Swartzʼ recent tragic suicide. Mr. Swartz, you will recall, was a young...
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Not All Computer Forensics Experts are Created Equal. This story is almost too disturbing to repeat. So we hope you will forgive us for examining a slightly different angle. Just when we thought this horrible case was somehow behind us,...
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Tips from the trenches in light of the recent Ex-Motorola Software Engineer Prison Sentence. Hanjuan Jin, a Motorola Software Engineer, stepped onto the terminal at O’Hare International Airport a few years ago and stepped into history as one of the...
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Your E-Reader may be called as an “electronic witness” [1] The Background The defendant was accused of murdering his wife.  He claimed it was self-defense, that his wife tried to shoot him during a heated argument and he shot her as...
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No need to explain complicated patent law to jurors when the ESI is so convincing the iPhone has a “beautiful design”, and “easy to copy” hardware. – internal Samsung report [1] The Background In one of the most significant Intellectual...
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Emails Continue to Provide a Rich Source of Relevant Electronic Evidence Not notifying authorities “is a more humane” way to handle the incident – email authored by key player in the Penn State Scandal[1] The Background Over a decade ago, in...
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IBM lets employees use iPhones on-site, but bans the use of Siri, Apple’s new voice recognition and processing software, over privacy and data collection fears. http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2012/05/ibm-bans-siri/ The Background Apple’s newest iPhone model comes packaged with groundbreaking voice recognition technology called...
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BP engineer criminally charged after allegedly deleting damaging text messages detailing oil spillage in the Gulf from his iPhone. The Background The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, and searches without a warrant are generally per se unreasonable, barring...
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Electronic Discovery Issues Lead Once Again to “The Law of Unintended Consequences” Knowledge is Power. Want more knowledge? Contact Impact for a FREE on-site EDiscovery CLE on how to avoid the Qualcomm pitfalls… Visit us at www.impactforensics.com to download a...
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