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This post isn?t about cybercrime. It?s about a kind-of digital evidence issue: a defendant?s right to obtain the source code of technology used to generate evidence against him or her.The issue can, and will, I believe, come up in a variety of contexts, including the use of particular software programs to analyze seized hard drives and otherwise locate digital evidence. At least as far as I can tell, it hasn?t really come up except in one context: Attempts to get the source code used in vari read more

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Full post as published by CYB3RCRIM3 on June 11, 2008 (boomark / email).

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