Re: Hard drives v. CF/Smart media/etc.

From: Micheal Espinola Jr (michealespinola_at_gmail.com)
Date: 10/18/05

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    In simplest terms, yes. File deletion involves marking a file as
    deleted, but it still exists as data (but now is subject to being
    overwritten).

    On 10/17/05, Herman Frederick Ebeling, Jr. <hfebelingjr@lycos.com> wrote:
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    > Here's a good question that I don't think I've seen any articles on. As we all
    > know even though that just because a
    > file is "deleted" from a HD doesn't mean that the info is really "deleted" as it
    > can (depending on how badly someone
    > wants to) be recovered. Does the same hold true for CF/Smart media/etc. types
    > of media?
    >
    > Herman
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