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The Treatment of Electronic Organizers

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In this chapter, our main concern is with the extraction of admissible evidence from electronic organizers and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), although other specialist electronic devices may be treated in a similar way.

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Electronic Organizer Static Random Access Memory Memory Chip Memory Card Solid State Disk 
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