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Archives for 19 May,2015

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A History of Social Media Evidence

State of Connecticut v. Eleck [2011] Unique Rules of Evidence for Digital Content? In this landmark case, it was established that a printout of social media evidence was deemed inadmissible, and the court established that while social media evidence does not require new rules of evidence, State of Connecticut v. Eleck involved an individual getting charged […]
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Not So Criminal Minds: FB Confession

A series on anti-social media criminals – No one “Likes” a Facebook Confession There’s nothing really as probative as admitting your guilt. To the internet. In a Facebook status. This is going to be a short post. Mr. Michael Ruse was on trial for assault and battery in the UK and, denying the charge, seemed pretty […]
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