e-Discovery LOL: Creative Spoliation

Adir-sign Normally, we think of spoliation – at least in e-discovery terms – as someone negligently or deliberately deleting digital evidence.  Certainly, the idea of someone swallowing evidence isn't a new concept either, although we usually think of it in terms of drug balloons or something of that nature.

This story about a criminal who swallowed a USB drive probably wouldn't have registered on my radar screen save for the headline: "An alleged cybercriminal
who swallowed a USB drive thought to contain credit card data to destroy
evidence has been charged with obstruction."

You just can't make this stuff up…

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