The consumerization of IT is an oft-quoted trend in IT circles: how dramatic changes in employee digital behavior are transforming how businesses manage their digital content.
It turns out the same behavior changes in criminals are transforming the legal system. As an example, a collection of digital evidence overwhelmingly convinced jurors in the recent Rutgers suicide case.
Sure, fingerprints and DNA remain central to fighting crime. But the tide is shifting, and digital evidence is more and more often the make-the-case content for investigators and prosecutors. Continue reading