Some countries accept magnetic recordings as evidence in their courts of law, others do not accept them. Some of the problems detecting recording which have been tampered with are reviewed, and in particular the problem of detecting copies of recordings. It is concluded that while some forms of tampering can be detected, others cannot, with the result that in evidence magnetic recordings should be treated with great caution.
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