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The need for standardized laws for electronic evidence is well established. As more countries realize the need for such laws in their day to day affairs, they create ones that work for their country. In today's global economy and interlaced businesses, both civil and criminal cases cross international lines. This case study uses South Africa and Namibia as a model for the SADC region of sub-Saharan Africa in the establishment of digital law and handling of digital evidence.
Date of Conference: 26-26 May 2011