Computer forensics faces private eye competition

Thursday, 3 January 2008, 12:06 AM EST

The Internet is boundless and cybercrime scenes stretch from personal desktops across the fiber networks that circle the globe. Digital forensic investigators routinely slip across conventional geographic jurisdictions in pursuit of digital evidence and wrongdoers.

Lawmakers have different ideas, however. Under pending legislation in South Carolina, digital forensic evidence gathered for use in a court in that state must be collected by a person with a PI license or through a PI licensed agency.

At Baseline.

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