High Tech: The Science- Footnotes

[the science]

1 See Robert Moore, Search and Seizure of Digital Evidence (New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing, 2005) at 183 [Moore] and Ian Kennedy, “Investigating Digital Crime” in Investigating Digital Crime, Robin Bryant ed (West Sussex, UK: Wiley, 2008) 49 at 49-50 [Kennedy].

Moore, ibid at 70.

Ibid at 13.

4 EnCase is one of the few computer systems to be challenged in U.S. courts and was found acceptable under both the Daubert and Frye tests for admissibility. See Moore, supra note 9 at 72.

5 Stephen Mason, ed, Electronic Evidence, 2d ed (Markham, Ontario: LexisNexis Canada, 2010) at 73-74 [Mason].

Moore, supra note 1 at 71.

7  Ibid.

8  Ibid at 72 (because the algorithm is created by mathematical formula, there is always the possibility of duplication, but common formula has bee shown to be more accurate than a DNA test).

Moore, supra note 1 at 68; Mason, supra note 5 at 75.

10 See Moore, supra note 1 at 66-67.

11 Ibid.

12 R v Beauchamp, 2008 CanLII 27481 (ONSC).

13  Mason, supra note 5 at 75-76.

14 Ibid at 76.

15  Ibid.

16 Ibid at 76-77.