The use of iMessage, WhatsApp, Kik, Telegram and other internet based messaging platforms has just about destroyed the effectiveness of phone and text message subpoenas. These modern platform require modern discovery techniques and processes. Learn more.
Cellular Record Subpoenas: What’s Missing? Turns out, most of it.
Phone records and text messages have long been used in family law cases, criminal cases, and even civil cases. As with anything else, constant technological advances and the Information Age have taken a toll on the effectiveness and “completeness” of both phone and text message records held by the phone companies
The use of iMessage, WhatsApp, Kik, Telegram and other internet based messaging platforms has just about destroyed the effectiveness of phone and text message subpoenas. Several years ago such records were a “complete” overview of an individual’s mobile communication—excluding emails.
Phone logs and text message logs are still valuable to the discovery process; however, the both eDiscovery and Computer Forensics services are now essential processes for any case seeking any communicatory information.
Apple alone produces “several billion” iMessages a day. No iMessage is recoverable on a subpoena; however, computer forensics, eDiscovery, and other techniques and methods can help unravel the challenges of the Information Age.
Every case, each device, and all situations raise different challenges and require unique strategies. Give us a call at 800-766-2779 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can assist you or your clients in the ever-growing Information Age.