Conflict with Privacy Protection in Criminal Electronic Evidence and Countermeasures
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Electronic evidence is one of the legal forms of evidence stipulated in the Criminal Procedure Law. Compared with traditional evidence, the way of obtaining electronic evidence is likely to violate the privacy rights of citizens. In the present case, it is difficult for relevant authorities to truly obtain complete electronic evidence without touching the privacy rights of suspects and other unrelated persons. Therefore, it is worth discussing how to control the boundary and scope of electronic forensics and citizen privacy protection.
Criminal Cases, Electronic Forensics, Privacy Protection