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Judge in Jackson trial: Computer images inadmissible

Thursday, March 24, 2005 (06:37:30)
Computers seized from Michael Jackson's bedroom and containing stored images of naked women from adult Web sites are not admissible at the singer's child-molestation trial, Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville ruled Wednesday. Melville said he barred the materials because it was unclear if anyone actually viewed or downloaded the images that were stored on four computer hard drives. In arguing to bar the material, defense attorney Robert Sanger said that the origins of the images were murky. For example, Sanger said they could have been sent as an unsolicited e-mail before landing in the computers' "cache" file. Sanger added that it was unclear if Jackson himself had used the computer. "The issue of who accessed the material is totally unresolved," he said...

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Kroll Ontrack Honors "Thought Leaders" in Electronic Discovery

Wednesday, March 23, 2005 (06:11:13)
Kroll Ontrack(R) has honored top legal professionals with its third annual Electronic Evidence Thought Leadership Awards. Award recipients include law firms, litigators, practice support professionals and scholars who have shown excellence and leadership in the field of electronic discovery.

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Crime fighters solve crimes by examining cell phones

Tuesday, March 22, 2005 (14:33:10)
Modern detectives are now using cell phone forensics to capture more and more criminals. Forensics, the science of preserving, extracting and examining data, has long been confined to computers. Now, with the help of cell phone seizure kits like the one from Paraben, detectives can easily extract important information from all types of cell phones...

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Speak up to beat cybercriminals

Tuesday, March 22, 2005 (13:43:33)
The police have long complained that organisations that are the victims of computer crime are reluctant to come forward for fear an investigation will cripple their business as the police seize servers and PCs as evidence. On the other hand, businesses have repeatedly complained that the police lack the skills and resources to properly investigate cybercrime...

More (ComputerWeekly.com)

New paper: Computer Forensics – A Business Tool

Tuesday, March 22, 2005 (09:24:48)
A new paper, "Computer Forensics – A Business Tool", by Andy Fox of Audax Digital Forensics is now online and can be read at

http://www.forensicfocus.com/computer-forensics-business-tool