E-Mail is exhibit A

Tuesday, 9 May 2006, 12:03 AM EST

Before you click that send" button, ask yourself these questions: Are you able to defend the statements made in that E-mail? Are you willing to do so under oath in court?

E-mail is Exhibit A in many of today's most high-profile legal investigations and court cases. It's being used in cases ranging from drug company Merck's battle over the painkiller Vioxx to Jack Abramoff's Indian lobbying scandal to the investigation of former vice presidential aide I. Lewis Libby's involvement in leaked information about CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson.

At InformationWeek.

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