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Second, departments that electronically record obtained more incriminating information when they recorded than when they did not.
If you have recorded your material to a digital device (such as MiniDisc or DAT) that has a digital output, the digital connectors will give you an uncorrupted transfer of your recording to the computer.
It is possible sometimes to find a document in the absence of a recorded URL by knowing the address of the host and browsing through its contents.
For each recorded call, CallRex digital watermarking generates a unique signature associated with the data file.
The singing voice, especially the tenor voice, recorded remarkably well with this primitive process.
The electronically recorded and stamped documents were returned along with receipt information to the submitter within an hour of receipt.
To be accurately recorded and read, the more closely-packed perpendicular bits also require a closer association between the read/write head and the recording media.
There is an increased importance in ensuring that a records management strategy is defined up front so that everyone understands the content being recorded and when a record truly becomes a record.
When conventional recording materials are used with a modification to rapid change reaction, the recording layer has demonstrated a tendency to return to a crystalline state on its own at room temperature, effectively destroying the data recorded on the disc.
97CV0050), in which a police officer recorded a traffic violation using e-mail with his name typed at the bottom.
Hart InterCivic is converting more than 20 million historical records, which will be available online with all newly recorded documents.