The sources and characteristics of electronic evidence and artificial intelligence

Steven J. Murdoch, Daniel Seng, Burkhard Schafer, Stephen Mason

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Various devices are capable of creating and storing data in digital form, and such data may serve as evidence. The aim of this chapter is to introduce the reader to the technologies, their underlying principles and the general characteristics that set evidence in digital form apart from evidence in analogue or physical form. The content of this chapter does not deal with any of these matters in depth. Neither does it aim to be a comprehensive review of the devices and technologies that create electronic evidence. Rather, the aim is to provide a broad brush introduction to the relevant technical issues, and to highlight features that a digital evidence professional and a legal professional should be concerned about when investigating electronic evidence and dealing with electronic evidence issues.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationElectronic Evidence and Electronic Signatures
EditorsStephen Mason, Daniel Seng
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherUniversity of London Press
Chapter1
Pages1-50
Number of pages50
Edition5
ISBN (Electronic)9781911507246, 9781911507239, 9781911507253
ISBN (Print)9781911507260, 9781911507222
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2021

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