The Government Wants Your Fingerprint to Unlock Your Phone. Should That Be Allowed?

Cell Phone Forensics Provides Legally Defensible Evidence

Internet of Things: Anything You Track Could Be Used Against You

Woman’s fitness watch disproved rape report

Ransomware attacks are on the rise

California Court of Appeal Tackles ESI

3 E-discovery Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Cost-shifting in E-discovery: Options and Opportunities

3 Rules for Using Metadata in Litigation

Police Need a Warrant to Search Cell Phones, Justices Say

Making E-Discovery Work for You in Employment Claims

From Smartphones With Love: Devices Aid Corporate Espionage

Bring Your Own Device, Don’t Bring Your Own Drama

Attorney-client privilege: a checklist for digital communications

Smoking gun in baseball star A-Rod’s civil case is digital evidence, says expert

Changing Federal Rules to Reduce Discovery Costs

Rodriguez’s ‘Gummies’: Files Detail Doping, Down to Milligram

Rising impact of Target breach indicates deeper hack into systems

Using Computer Forensics to Investigate IP Theft

Petraeus case shows FBI’s authority to read email

Peregrine Chief Wasendorf Charged With False Statements

Former Engineer for BP Arrested for Obstruction of Justice Stemming from Involvement with Deepwater Horizon Disaster

iPhone Could Be iWitness to Cheating & Other Crimes

Your iPhone Is Tracking Your Every Move, Says Forensic Examiner

Agent: Soldier’s laptop had sensitive files

CSi: Crime Scene iPhones Yield Forensic Evidence, Confusion About Data Handling

CFI Knows the Digital Evidence Landscape

German Gov’t Admits to Using Possibly Illegal Trojan to Spy on Citizens

Video interview of CFI President Mark McLaughlin for the Making-It TV series

False Social Security Number Sinks California Worker’s Failure-to-Hire Case

Ex-employee accused in suit of hijacking firm’s email, website

Survey Finds Emails Are No Longer the Most Commonly Specified Documents in eDiscovery Requests

Man sentenced to six years for antagonizing women through digital ‘sextortion’

Computer Hacking May Be News Corp.’s ‘Next Scandal,’ U.K. Lawmaker Says

Don’t Confuse Oranges With Apples: E-Discovery on Macintosh Systems

Facebook says ‘smoking gun’ evidence will show Paul Ceglia’s ‘contract’ is a fake

Firms use same forensic tactics applied to captured Bin Laden computers

News International ordered mass deletion of emails nine times

HR Approach to Harassment at Work

Did News Corp’s Rebekah Brooks Try to Ditch Her Computer, Notes and Phone?

Police investigate new computer hacking claims linked to News International

Court Case Tests Right To Withhold Passwords

Are you ready to respond to a security breach?

Police arrest husband in e-mail spying

Investigators use iPhones to track owners’ movements

Finding treasures in Bin Laden computers

Free USB Sticks Could Be Used To Transmit Viruses