oa De Rebus - Computer law in South Africa
|Article Title||Computer law in South Africa|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Affiliations||1 Society for computers and law|
|Publication Date||Nov 1983|
|Pages||535 - 537|
|Keyword(s)||Affidavit, Authenticated computer printout, Computer crime, Computer generated evidence, Computer memory, Confidentiality, Copyright, Evidence in court proceedings, Information altered, Manipulating technological slaves, Processing information, Proprietary interests, Protecting investments, Threats to privacy and Trade secrets|
In the course of delivering his appellate division judgment in Narlis v South African Bank of Athens, the first encounter of that court with the question of the admissibility of computer evidence in civil proceedings, Holmes JA remarked: ""Well, a computer, perhaps fortunately, is not a person.""
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