Audio forensics experts reveal (some) secrets

Wednesday, 10 October 2007, 9:23 AM EST

Typically, audio forensic examiners are asked to authenticate recordings presented as evidence in criminal and civil court cases, such as undercover surveillance tapes made by the police, recordings presented by feuding parties in a divorce, or tapes from corporations seeking to prove employee wrongdoing or industrial espionage.

Some audio forensic examiners go to extraordinary lengths to validate recordings.

At Wired.

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