Why do people who know better than to traipse through crime scenes blithely muck about with digital smoking guns? With computers, it seems we must trip over the corpus delecti and grab the knife before we realize we’re standing in a pool of blood!

Sometimes a computer holds evidence, and sometimes a computer is evidence. It’s a distinction with a difference when deciding whether to act in ways that will stomp on data essential to computer forensic examination.

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