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Digital Evidence and the American Servicemembers’ Protection Act


This article was developed from a paper originally prepared for the 2013 Salzburg Workshop on Cyber Investigations under the supervision of Professors Laurel E. Fletcher, Chris Hoofnagle, Eric Stover, and Jennifer Urban. Digital Evidence and the American Servicemembers’ Protection Act Aida Ashouri and Caleb Bowers provide background information on the American Servicemembers’ Protection Act and examine the circumstances surrounding the passage of the Act, its important provisions and their exceptions, and how the Act affects investigations by the International Criminal Court. Index words: United States of America; American Servicemembers’ Protection Act; International Criminal Court; digital evidence; information sharing

Ashouri, Aida and Bowers, Caleb (2014) Digital Evidence and the American Servicemembers’ Protection Act. Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, 11 . pp. 107-114.


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