TrueScreen is the mobile app that, thanks to patented algorithms and the use of artificial intelligence, allows anyone to certify the integrity of digital content viewed or acquired on mobile devices in order to prove events, facts or crimes, guaranteeing extreme probative value in court or other appropriate fora. With TrueScreen you can certify:
– Screenshots and screen recordings
– Photo and video
– Actual position
– Audio recordings
What is the difference between “Real Time Acquisition” and “Library Import”?
In the case of acquisitions made in real time (photos, videos, screen recording, audio recording and geolocation) the content is simultaneously digitally sealed and verified as the TrueScreen technology ensures the origin of the acquisition and subsequent certifications.
In the event that the acquired content is imported from the roll of film or from the file library of the device, TrueScreen will apply a digital seal in order to certify its immutability from the moment of the application of the seal onwards. However, the content is not checked as it was produced outside the safe and controlled environment of TrueScreen. In this case the probative value will be lower than the real-time acquisition but considerably increases the solidity of the evidence presented (compared to the simple presentation of digital files of which nothing can be guaranteed as they do not have a time stamp and digital signature).
What is the difference between “Certified Acquisition” and “Certified Content”?
Content Advisor: Thanks to its patented technology, TrueScreen certifies that the content is original and not modified in any way, guaranteeing extreme probative value.
Application of the digital seal: TrueScreen certifies (with time stamp and digital signature) the moment of acquisition by creating a forensic report that specifies all the technical details of the context in which the acquisition of the digital content took place (date and time, technology used, GPS location, IP address and other factors).
What evidential value does an acquisition made with TrueScreen have?
The coexistence of a digital proof acquired in a manner suitable to guarantee the requirements of digital forensics and of a methodological report illustrating the acquisition process constitute valid and suitable documentation for obtaining an admissibility assessment by the judge.
However, art. 116 of the Code of Civil Procedure states that “The judge must evaluate the evidence according to his prudent assessment, unless the law provides otherwise”. Consequently, all the evidence acquired with TrueScreen, however complete and formed according to the best best practices and the safest technologies, must still be evaluated as admissible by the judge.
In the case of sharing via links, how long does the evidence remain on the TrueScreen servers?
If the user chooses to share the evidence using the link made available by TrueScreen, such material remains saved on our secure servers for 7 days, after which the material will be automatically deleted. However, a copy of the evidence will always be accessible as it is stored on the user’s device (also synchronized with iCloud).
Do the purchased credits have an expiration date?
Credits purchased to make acquisitions do not expire.
How long is the certification obtained with TrueScreen valid
Each certificate complies with LTV (Long Term Validation) and includes all the cryptographic data necessary for their verification without time limits.
Can a proof acquired with TrueScreen be contested?
Any evidence can be challenged as to its probative value (regardless of which technology is used or who produces it). If so, the TrueScreen source code and activity logs are designed to be audited as part of a forensic examination, under the terms of a nondisclosure agreement.