Courts need social media policies, researchers say

03/13/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Judges increasingly are struggling to persuade jurors to shut down their Twitter and Facebook accounts for the duration of trials, with some jurors refusing point-blank to stop using social networks, according to a study. That suggests that more clear and formal social media policies are needed to help jurors understand what's expected of them, researchers say.

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