Lounsbury collected the evidence with a program called ComputerCop Professional, an automated tool for forensic examination of computers. David Jacobs, a former police officer and sales representative for the ComputerCop, which is based in Bohemia, N.Y., said Amero’s case establishes a legal precedent for subsequent court cases. “To my knowledge, this is the first conviction using ComputerCop software as an acceptable tool for police officers to conduct a computer forensic examination that is acceptable to the court,” Jacobs said…
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