The outcomes in litigation increasingly turn on evidence obtained from social media, such as photos, posts or direct messages. As social media technology and privacy rights constantly evolve, so do the practices and procedures for obtaining these non-traditional forms of evidence, along with the accompanying challenges. In this two-part article published in the Daily Journal, KYL attorneys Peter R. Boutin and George A. Croton answer twenty questions commonly asked by parties seeking discovery of social media evidence.
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