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The New Vigilantism – #Swatting

As previously discussed on our blog, Doxxing is the illegal online harassment act of sharing an individual’s personal or identifiable information (such as name, address, social security number etc.) online without their consent. (For more information see our previous posts of “Doxxing – An Online Phenomenon” and “#Gamergate – Downfall of Cybersecurity”). This internet-based attack […]
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Social media accounts “discoverable”?

eDiscovery 101 – Are social media accounts “discoverable”? Though social media and website posts are only one form of ESI party to eDiscovery standards and evidence, they are becoming increasingly more common, powerful and important. Going back as far as 2002 in Rowe Entertainment Inc v. The William Morris Agency, the judges found that “Rules […]
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Australian Defamation Law

Australia wants Social Media Defamation Law Reform Australian legal scholars and jurists have brought attention to the need of reform to current laws in light of a recent decision in which defamatory tweets were found to be more hurtful and detrimental than an article published. In Hockey v. Fairfax Media Publications, treasurer Joe Hockey won […]
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New WebPreserver Features

We hope you’ve had a chance to test out WebPreserver’s awesome features and functionality. Based on feedback from users we have added three new functions. 1. MHTML – Fully browsable screen captures It’s one thing to get a PDF. By popular demand, WebPreserver now also offers an entirely browsable Snapshot of the captured web page […]
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When Screenshots Aren’t Enough

Here’s a video by NetBootCamp about different web page preservation techniques and the pro’s and con’s of each technique. Web page preservation is a common task. Choosing how to do it is one of the most important aspects of this task. In this post, we’ll look at two different methods, and test drive tools used for […]
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Problems with Digital Evidence

Are you interested in digital evidence and looking for some hard numbers? Here’s a powerpoint presentation that offers a graphical representation of the current state of digital evidence and how you can collect and preserve it: We welcome your feedback and any questions you might have! If you want to place on your site or […]
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Not So Criminal Minds: FB Confession

A series on anti-social media criminals – No one “Likes” a Facebook Confession There’s nothing really as probative as admitting your guilt. To the internet. In a Facebook status. This is going to be a short post. Mr. Michael Ruse was on trial for assault and battery in the UK and, denying the charge, seemed pretty […]
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Student Data Online Protection

Protecting Student Data on Social Media and the Web With advances in technology and online activity, both for recreational and educational purposes, concerns have been long growing for the safety and use of children and student’s data collected in the use of certain apps and websites. Not only is this concern regarding the collection and […]
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Easy to proffer evidence of a Web page

  WebPreserver.com Captures Evidence of Web Page Content New software as a service makes it easy to proffer evidence of a Web page or social media site. Legaltech News has a review of the WebPreserver.com site and service: PageFreezer Software Inc., a Web archiving software-as-a-service provider, announced the launch of WebPreserver.com, a new SaaS for […]
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Facebook Circumstantial Evidence

Commonwealth v. Banas [2014] A History of Social Media Evidence: Facebook Circumstantial Evidence In this relatively recent case, the admissibility of social media evidence was disputed when the defendant was convicted of larceny, and during the original trial a Screenshot from his Facebook page was admitted as evidence. Yet the appeal court held that as […]
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