Electronic Evidence

 Stephen Mason and Daniel Seng, editors Electronic Evidence (4th edn, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies for the SAS Humanities Digital Library, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2017)

Available as open source and copies printed on paper can be obtained from London University Online store)

The third edition was cited in the High Court of Malaya by His Honour Judge Dato’ Mohamad Ariff Bin Md. Yusof in the case of Avnet Azure Sdn. Bh.d v Eact Technologies Sdn Bhd and Sapura Research Sdn. Bhd., KL HC Com. Div. D-22NCC439-2011

Chapter 1 ‘The sources of digital evidence’ George R. S. Weir and Stephen Mason

Chapter 2 ‘The characteristics of electronic evidence’ Burkhard Schafer and Stephen Mason

Chapter 3 ‘The foundations of evidence in electronic form’ Stephen Mason and Daniel Seng

Chapter 4 ‘Hearsay’ Chris Gallavin and Stephen Mason

Chapter 5 ‘Software code as the witness’ Stephen Mason

Chapter 6 ‘The presumption that computers are ‘reliable’’ Stephen Mason

Chapter 7 ‘Authenticating electronic evidence’ Stephen Mason and Allison Stanfield

Chapter 8 ‘Encrypted data’ Stephen Mason and Alisdair Gillespie

Chapter 9 ‘Proof: the technical collection and examination of electronic evidence’ Stephen Mason, Andrew Sheldon and Hein Dries

Chapter 10 ‘Competence of witnesses’ Stephen Mason