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DOJ restarts work on validating suspect forensic techniques

In 2015, the FBI revealed the results of its review of hundreds of cases, dating back decades, in which members of its hair analysis unit had testified. In at least 90 percent of the cases, the FBI was forced to admit that its analysts had overstated the strength of evidence involving microscopic hair analysis. Unfortunately, hair analysis is not the only forensic science technique that has been challenged as either unscientific or less reliable than previously thought.

Supreme Court may rule on email warrants' reach outside the US

The Trump Administration has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to extend the reach of the 1986 Stored Communications Act and allow the collection of emails that are stored outside the U.S. in foreign server farms. When the Act was passed, most digital information was stored on personal computers. Now, most of it is stored in the cloud, which is made up of servers around the globe.

Can police find criminal evidence on your social media accounts?

Social media is central to communication, social interaction and business promotion today. While these tools can benefit your social life and business success, they can also hurt you if you do not use them correctly.

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