“My friend, Xenon, recently pointed me to an article on digitial forensics. According to the report, the conviction of the accused was dependent on the recorded testimony of one of the victims. Unfortunately, the recording was saved on a DVD, and the disk was damaged. As a result, the prosecution was unable to provide the testimony. The judge had his hands tied. The court could not allow the victim to testify in person. The rational was that her testimony was disputed and she might change her story. The only option for the prosecution: recover the data from the disk…”
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