Oral admissions as to the contents of electronic records are not relevant unless the genuineness of the electronic record produced is in question. Therefore, the first prerequisite for admission of any electronic record is its genuineness.
Its genuineness is in itself based on various factors –
Whether the evidence is relevant to the facts of the case or not.
How it is stored.
How long had it been since the record is kept in such electronic form and the other miscellaneous factors with respect to the genuineness of the electronic record.