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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

Internet Of Things Mobility Forensics

by K M Sabidur Rahman & Matt Bishop (University of California Davis) and Albert Holt (NSA) Abstract The Internet of Things (IoT) comes with great possibilities as well as major security and privacy issues. Although digital forensics has long been studied in both academia and industry, mobility forensics is relatively new and unexplored. Mobility forensics deals … Continue reading

Corporate Investigations and the UK Data Protection Act

First published September 2007 by Rowenna Fielding INTRODUCTION A number of requirements of the Data Protection Act apply to workplace monitoring. While the DPA does not prohibit employee monitoring and investigation, any such activity must conform to the requirements of the Act in order for it to be lawful. THE TERMS OF THE DATA PROTECTION … Continue reading

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