SJC slated to rule in Snapchat case
The Supreme Judicial Court will soon be asked to decide whether social media users have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their posts, and the degree to which the privacy settings on their accounts should bear on that question.
In Commonwealth v. Carrasquillo, a defendant was convicted of gun crimes after he posted a video of …
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5:39 pm Thu, July 29, 2021
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly