Cyber Forensics and Admissibility of Digital Evidence

Abstract

Cyber Forensics and Admissibility of Digital Evidence by Dr. Swati Mehta* Cite as: (2012) PL January S-23†Section 65-B of the Evidence Act deals with admissibility of electronic records as evidence in the court of law. The computer holding the original evidence does not need to be produced in court. A printout of the record or a copy on a CDROM, hard disk, floppy, etc. can be produced in the court. However, some conditions need to be met and a certificate needs to be provided.1

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@inproceedings{Mehta2017CyberFA, title={Cyber Forensics and Admissibility of Digital Evidence}, author={Swati Mehta}, year={2017} }