1/18/2013

The Securities and Exchange Commission is increasingly asking for data from electronic storage devices -- including laptops, hard drives, printers and smartphones -- in its investigative subpoenas, defense attorneys say. The attorneys are objecting because such data could give the SEC a wealth of information outside the scope of its investigations. The SEC has been stepping up such requests since it opened its forensics lab in 2011.

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