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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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“Cleaning-Up” Social Media Evidence

At the end of January this year, the Professional Ethics Committee of the Florida Bar issued a Proposed Advisory Opinion (14-1), in which they stated “a lawyer may advise the client pre-litigation to remove information from a social media page, regardless of its relevance to a reasonably foreseeable proceeding.” This is a dynamic finding in […]
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5 Chrome Apps for Lawyers

Interesting article about eDiscovery and other digital tools for Lawyers in Investintech: “While it’s true that highly niched professionals like lawyers require a specific set of tools, sometimes something as simple as a Chrome add-on can be just as (or dare we say, even more?) powerful. If you’re a lawyer looking for better, faster ways […]
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Collection of Legally Admissible Content

New article about WebPreserver was posted on Legaltech News: WebPreserver Allows for Collection of Legally Admissible Content From Social Media With the growth of social media, lawyers and legal departments find they need to collect relevant evidence from social media and Web pages so they can present it in a form that is admissible during […]
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eDiscovery Costs: Social Media Evidence

eDiscovery costs soar to $90,000 in Social Media Evidence Case The recent tort case of Federico v. Lincoln Military House (regarding mould and related injuries in a military housing facility) discussed the Proportionality of social media content to be disclosed during Discovery – and highlighted the cost of unnecessary expert analysis. In finding that certain […]
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