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Federal Judges Wary of Facebook, Twitter Impact On Juries 154

Posted by samzenpus
from the no-farmville-in-the-jury-box dept.
coondoggie writes "The impact of social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and others on federal juries is a concern that judges are frequently taking steps to curb. According to a study 94% of the 508 federal judges who responded said they have specifically barred jurors from any case-connected use of social media."
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Federal Judges Wary of Facebook, Twitter Impact On Juries

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In case of injury notify your superior immediately. He'll kiss it and make it better.