Social Media As a Reliable Eyewitness

Mar 22, 2009 at 10:31 PM
The things you say online CAN be held against you in a court of law.

Try pleading the fifth when you ALREADY said it. hmmm?



Yes, I'm not worried because I'm personally clean as a whistle.

But I am not sure what I think of it - a right to privacy doesn't apply when you "free speeched" it...

Your thoughts? Free speech? Right to privacy? Can't hold up in court? Should be used as evidence? Shouldn't?

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Never say anything online you wouldn't want your mom to read.
Never say anything online you wouldn't want quoted back to you in court.
Never say anything online you wouldn't want written on your grave.
Never say anything online you wouldn't want to have be how history remembers you.

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