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Cross Border Access to the Electronic Evidence
The aim of this paper is to support decision makers in taking clear national positions regarding the legal norms in the area of access to the electronic evidence. Legal consequences and acceptability of certain methods of gathering digital evidence and possible violation of the privacy of legal and natural persons! Without a common legal framework which will be globally acceptable, it is not possible to speak of legitimate access to electronic evidence, especially on parts of the Internet infrastructure and the cloud, which are physically located outside national borders. One of the biggest challenges for the future is to explore what could be a strong enough and acceptable cause to reach a global consensus on a legal framework for the Internet.