United States v. Cameron, 762 F. Supp. 2d 152 (D. Me. 2011)
Key Insight: Images of child pornography produced by ISPs to government were properly authenticated by testimony of ISPs? legal assistants who were familiar with the process for collecting those images and the reliability and accuracy of the servers and who testified that the images offered into evidence were the same as those collected and that the images had been traced to the defendant?s computer; court reasoned that ?[i]t is not necessary for the Government to produce the actual ISP searchers in order to comply with the requirements of the Sixth Amendment?
Nature of Case: Criminal
Electronic Data Involved: Images of child pornography