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== Definitions ==
An '''electronic device''' is a device that operates on principles governing the behavior of electrons. Examples of electronic devices include [[computer system]]s, [[scanner]]s, and [[printer]]s.
 
   
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{{Quote|a [[device]] that operates on principles governing the behavior of electrons. Examples of electronic devices include [[computer system]]s, [[scanner]]s, and [[printer]]s.<ref>[[Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for First Responders]], at 53.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[a]ny [[device]] that may contain [[information]] in an [[electronic]] or [[digital]] form, such as [[computer]]s, [[tablet]]s, [[disk]]s, [[drive]]s, [[tape]]s, [[mobile phone]]s and other [[communication device]]s, [[camera]]s, music and other [[media player]]s.<ref>[[Border Search of Electronic Devices]], at 2.</ref>}}
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== See also ==
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* [[Cybersecurity for Electronic Devices]]
 
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An electronic device is

a device that operates on principles governing the behavior of electrons. Examples of electronic devices include computer systems, scanners, and printers.[1]
[a]ny device that may contain information in an electronic or digital form, such as computers, tablets, disks, drives, tapes, mobile phones and other communication devices, cameras, music and other media players.[2]

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