Once again, the National Public Radio is weighing in on a relevant topic to today's blog topic. Social media and its use for legal claims has been an area of hot debate in recent years. Can private social media posts be used as courtroom evidence? How do you control jurors and judges who may tweet or Facebook post about a current case? Interestingly, some lawyers are also attempting to use social media to reach large masses of people for class-action lawsuits. Read about this new phenomenon by clicking the link to the original NPR article, which can be found here.
According to an article by the Rockland County Times, Facebook and other social media sites are changing the ways that laws are interpreted and executed in terms of evidence and discovery. The article cited a particular example that outlined the following: