Alpo Posted December 24, 2022 Share Posted December 24, 2022 Every cop show out there will, at some point, have their forensics guy explain that you can't really delete a file. You think you deleted the file on the computer but they can get it back. You think you deleted the text on your phone but they can get it back. So I'm watching NCIS, and the murdered Marine volunteered at this crisis center. The crisis center records all telephone calls. Somebody hacked the crisis center and erased all the recordings of the last day that the Marine worked. That has me confused. If I cannot really delete a file from my computer, or delete a text from my phone, how can they erase the recordings? Can they really recover the first two types of files, but can't recover the third type? Or is the whole "you can't really delete a file" thing Hollyweird BS, or is it true, and the ability to actually remotely erase a recording is Hollyweird BS? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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