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Facebook’s Privacy Manifesto: What Does It Mean For Digital Forensic Investigations?

by Christa Miller, Forensic Focus Mark Zuckerberg’s new “privacy manifesto” for Facebook marks not just a pivot in terms of how the social network shapes modern-day communication. It also marks what The Verge’s Casey Newton called “the end of the News Feed era.”  Zuckerberg’s opening statement draws a distinction between the “digital equivalent of a … Continue reading

Key Twitter and Facebook Metadata Fields Forensic Investigators Need to be Aware of

Authentication of social media evidence can present significant challenges when you collect by screen shots, printouts or raw html feeds from an archive tool. This is just one reason why social media data must be properly collected, preserved, searched and produced in a manner consistent with best practices. When social media is collected with a … Continue reading

689 Published Cases Involving Social Media Evidence (with full case listing)

The torrent of social media evidence continues to grow. In November 2011 we, at X1 Discovery, searched online legal databases of state and federal court decisions across the United States to identify the number of cases from 2010 and through November 2011 where evidence from social networking sites played a significant role.  As we mentioned … Continue reading

Things a Little Birdie Told Me: The Implications of Twitter and other Social Media in E-Discovery

by Elluma Discovery Facebook, Twitter, and a growing number of social media sites have taken over our lives. Whether Tweeting about the Kardashians or ranting over the latest brouhaha between Snookie and “The Situation,” we spend an inordinate amount of time behind our keyboards participating in our virtual lives. Aside from possibly contributing to the … Continue reading

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