Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Social media impacts courts
Justice Judith Ann Lanzinger says current rules covering video and radio broadcasting of court proceedings were set up when no one imagined today's available technology. Any changes would have to balance First Amendment rights with a judge's goal of ensuring a fair trial.
The Supreme Court examined the impact on courts of Twitter, Facebook, and smartphones. Erie County Common Pleas Court earlier this month banned cellphones, laptops and other electronic devices to prevent jurors or others from posting inappropriate information during trials.
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