Fraud of Internet Service Provider
Let us assume that an internet service provider in New York state deletes a person's incoming and outgoing mail from time to time. It does not deliver some e-mails. Sometimes it changes contents of e-mails. How can one prove this situation in a legally acceptable way? What can be the evidences?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Fraud of Internet Service Provider
How about by testimony from someone in the know, an employee, or more likely, an ex-employe?
Of course it would be helpful to have tangible evidence as well, e.g. logs showing the deletions, or a series of backups showing suspicious changes between runs.
See also http://www.ifccfbi.gov/index.asp
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