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I am wondering if we can actually use these as evidence. I know that a message sent from someone's email box or Facebook account doesn't automatically mean that it is the person who owns that account who sent the message. The person will more than likely claim that they didn't sent it... However, can we use these messages as evidence? How can we prove that the person who sent it is the owner of the account? Also, the person might very well claim that the date and time isn't right. How can we prove that it is the right date and time the message got sent? Can we subpoena websites such as Facebook to ask them the exact date/time/ content of message and from which computer (IP address) it got sent from?