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With the proliferation of digital data, courts have moved to regulate how certain electronic information should be handled and when it can be used in courts. And though not always permitted as evidence, the veracity of electronic information often goes unquestioned by judges and jurors alike. Some legal professionals, however, view this as naïve and shortsighted.

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