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Opps, posted the wrong law. That is the problem here, sometimes it is difficult to find it by a search. You have to look at the legistation bills proposed for PI laws.
From: Jon R. Kibler [mailto:Jon.Kibler@aset.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 5:17 PM To: Scott Moulton
Cc: security basics; Bert Knabe
Subject: Re: PI to do Forensics? WAS: Re: Two questions
Scott Moulton wrote:
> That was the old laws, I am not sure that is the new current law in
> I understand the new law to state specifically "Digital
> Here is the Georgia introduction that is getting introduced
> It passed but we yelled a lot and it got vetoed. But I have been told
> they will try again this year. Notice the " any type of digital or
> electronic information"
> "(3) 'Private detective business' means providing or accepting
> employment to provide protection of individuals from death or serious
> bodily harm or the business of obtaining or furnishing, or accepting
> employment to obtain or to furnish, information, including but not
> limited to any type of digital or electronic information, with
What I quoted was from the laws passed in the last SC legislative session (ending 6/2007).
I just did a search of all legislation pending or passed this session. I also went back and searched current laws again.
Specifically, I searched for all laws that included any of the following words:
I also specifically searched for 'digital investigation(s)'. Here is the search link I used:
(From having worked with the legislature in the past, I can be certain that the information searched is current within a week.)
I did not find anything that was more recent or relative than above.
If you have any additional information or resources, PLEASE let me know!
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