Mobile Device eDiscovery and Social Media Investigations

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Boxer Analytics and Gabriella Ziccarelli of Blank Rome spoke about emoji and the law on the WashingTech Policy podcast. The discussion covered topics covered issues related to emoji as evidence, emoji data collection, and the interpretation of emoji in a legal settings. You can access the podcast here ( You can access more WashingtTech Policy podcasts here.Read More
Boxer Analytics is excited to announce a free, in-depth course for eDiscovery and investigations professionals on mobile devices. This course will cover the end-to-end process of collecting, processing, reviewing, and producing mobile device evidence and for litigation, criminal prosecution, and investigation. Sign up to our mailing list to be alerted to when sign-up opens and we begin accepting applications.Read More
LINE is an instant messaging service with large-scale global adoption. When a phone has LINE installed, investigators and eDiscovery professionals need to know how to access and review its contents. In our guide, we provide you with: Detailed information on what LINE is and how it is used An overview of the type of message content that is available Tips for incorporating LINE data into your investigation and eDiscovery process. Download a copy of Boxer Analytics’Read More
Mobile device eDiscovery encompasses a wide array of concepts and steps. From the initial mobile device forensics to mobile device processing to the review and production steps. To help eDiscovery professionals, Boxer Analytics has published its checklist that it uses on client projects. This helpful checklist can be used to make sure your eDiscovery process fully captures all relevant information, and that you generate flawless mobile device productions. Download a copy of Boxer Analytics’ mobile deviceRead More
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