Evidence in an Age of Self-Surveillance

, New York Law Journal

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George Orwell's state-run surveillance society did not predict a time when people would voluntarily publish private chronicles for public consumption. Online social networks are part of an age of unprecedented self-surveillance, pushing criminal evidence into uncharted waters.

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