Google Tracking Location, Prosecutors Dropping Cases, and Facial Recognition

Google Tracking Location, Prosecutors Dropping Cases, and Facial Recognition

The last couple of weeks have been eventful for news related to the world of digital evidence. Police are arresting innocent people based on Google location data, prosecutors are dismissing cases instead of turning over data, and DHS is going to start scanning your face at airports. Read the digital forensic implications here.

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Introducing Cloud Forensic Capabilities

Introducing Cloud Forensic Capabilities

More and more of our data is moving to the cloud. From photo storage on Google, Apple, or Amazon, to entire offices moving to Microsoft with Office 365 – the cloud has become a wealth of information for digital investigations. This is why Chase Technology Consulting now has the capability to download and examine cloud data in a forensically safe manner.

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Ask The Expert – How Common are Fake Accounts Online?

Ask The Expert – How Common are Fake Accounts Online?

With the ease of creating accounts online, the problem in the legal field becomes: how do we know who sent a particular message/email/photo, etc.? A message may come from John Doe’s Facebook page, but does that page really belong to John Doe? Did John set it up or did someone else? If John set it up, was he even the one logged in when the message was sent?

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