The digital evidence (acquired from search and seizure) has two aspects, “Storage Devices (e.g., hard drives)” and “Data (e.g., digitalized information)”. Base on this perspective, the collecting of digital evidence could be divided and categorized into three different types: 1. Reasonable searching and seizing storage devices (data stored within) is not generally prohibited. 2. “Cloud Searches” could be legitimate if legal texts are properly interpreted. 3. The remote collection of digital evidence (online searches) is not compatible with the law. More specifically, this article discusses not only the “Virtual Reality” cases but also provides practical suggestions according to the method mentioned above.