Categories: White Papers
      Date: Apr  2, 2009
     Title: Collecting Legally Defensible Online Evidence
Collecting evidence from computers, networks, cellular telephones and assorted digital storage devices has rapidly become a standard practice in law enforcement investigations commonly referred to as "digital forensics." The collection of digital evidence from the Internet, or Internet forensics, is a discipline of digital forensics that deals with the securing of data as evidence from the Internet. Investigating alleged criminal activity committed on the Internet has been conducted almost since the Internet's inception. The investigation and collection of online evidence has been an ongoing challenge for those tasked with that collection.

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