Elizabeth E. McGinn Discussed "Smart Speakers as Discoverable Evidence: Helper or Witness for the Prosecution" at an American Bar Association Webinar
Smart Speakers produced by Amazon, Apple, and Google have become the latest craze for tech savvy home owners. These IoT devices are contributing to big data, meaning everything you do or say can be retrieved. Consumers being monitored by electronics are providing unexpected evidence and investigators are adding discoverable data to their tool kits. This webinar provided an overview of developing case law on discoverability.
This session discussed:
- Reasonable expectation of privacy
- Admissibility of evidence
- Defective or hacked software