Why should anyone care about mobile phone forensics if they have no skeletons in the closet?
"Mobile phones have become so embedded into our daily use that little thought is given to the type and amount of information we store on them," said Adam Stafford, a mobile phone forensics expert with accounting firm BDO in Western Australia.
Stafford, a former officer with the Police Computer Crime Squad in Western Australia, fondly recalled how some criminals had the odd habit of taking photographs of their prized assets.
For example, criminals nabbed for possessing weapons were found to have photographs posing with their marijuana plants on their smartphones.
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