Evidence of new forensic tool

Thursday, 28 April 2005, 12:10 PM EST

Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology have devised the digital equivalent of fingerprinting, providing investigators with a new tool to narrow the search for evidence of crime.

Law enforcement agencies typically seize computers to look for incriminating files.

By Helen Meredith at The Age.

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