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  1. keydet89
    keydet89 8 Jan 2013 at 06:55 .

    If you didn’t document it, it didn’t happen.

    The absence of an artifact where you expect to find one is itself an artifact.

    1. Clay Boswell
      Clay Boswell 8 Jan 2013 at 17:40 .

      keydet89 – I like those additions; especially the absence of artifacts. So very true when looking at evidence when anti-forensics techniques may have been used.

  2. Graham Kuzia
    Graham Kuzia 4 Mar 2013 at 14:08 .

    I couldn’t find a link to email the host of this website, so I’m hoping you’ll see this comment. I am the Program Developer over the Digital Forensics program for law enforcement at the American Academy of Applied Forensics in Charlotte. I’d love to offer your association members some training. We have both in-class and online classes, which are free/reduced cost for law enforcement, depending on the class. These include both cell phone and computer forensics, basic to advanced courses. Please email me if interested. graham.kuzia@cpcc.edu

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