In case you were not aware, please know that anything you post on social media may be admissible in court. According to a recent technology-focused website, there have been two recent court cases in the United States that have changed the way that we may use social media as court evidence in the future. One such case in Florida, Nucci vs. Target Corp., found that social media posts and photographs are considered relevant and admissible evidence. Another case in Louisiana, Crowe vs. Marquette Transportation Co. Gulf-Inland LCC, stated that "Crowe's efforts to avoid producing this material (his Facebook page) have unnecessarily delayed these proceedings and have wasted the time of his opponent and this Court.". Both cases involved personal injury litigation.