I've seen bits and pieces that Congress may get involved with some type of legislation with hard drives and office equipment, is this true? If so, shouldn't it extend to every product with a Hard Drive?
I agree. After all, we're talking about images that have been deleted from the hard drive (but of course not wiped). So, every hard drive that hasn't been wiped with an NSA quality overwrite has the same vulnerability.
How about phones? I know my Blackberry is filled with documents as well.
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