For complex cases that unfold over time and jurisdictions, sharing the data legally obtained from digital devices is often a necessity. But sharing evidence is not as simple as in the days when a folder of photos or documents could be hand-delivered to investigators. In the process of copying and sharing Digital Intelligence obtained from devices, the data could be damaged or altered unintentionally, affecting the ability to use the data to bring suspects to justice and protect citizens. (Digital Intelligence is the data collected and preserved from digital sources and data types—such as smartphones, computers, and the cloud—and the process by which agencies collect, review, analyze, manage, and obtain insights from this data to run their investigations more efficiently.)

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