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Former police detective, undercover officer, SWAT officer, and digital forensics expert.

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Snap! Oh no you didn't.

Reading through the paper“Forensic framework to identify local vs synced artefacts” from DFRWS 2018 Europe, I came across a paragraph with several statements that I had to read twice, actually several times. The paper cited a book that I wrote in 2013 (Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard). The paper states:



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Brett Shavers Monica wrote: "thanks for the friendship...cybercrime...quite a subject"

Cybercrime always seems to be a news worthy item too.


Monica Weller thanks for the friendship...cybercrime...quite a subject


Sandra Thx for friending me! :)


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