Snap-happy criminals and cellphone forensics

Cellphone forensics do present some challenges. Unlike personal computers, cellphones feature a multitude of proprietary operating systems, requiring investigators to use different methods for extracting data from different phones. By law, police making an arrest aren’t allowed to examine a phone’s photos without a search warrant. And police must remember to obtain the phone’s charger; retrieving information isn’t easy if the battery goes dead…

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