NPR WEEKEND EDITION SUNDAY | Next Witness: Will The Yellow Smiley Face Take The Stand? | February 8, 2015 | The Cyberlaw Clinic’s Assistant Director Dalia Topelson Ritvo spoke with Rachel Martin of National Public Radio‘s Weekend Edition Sunday about how lawyers, judges, and jurors deal with the appearance of emojis in chat transcripts and other forms of evidence in court. Dalia talked specifically about the prosecution of Ross Ulbricht, alleged proprietor of the “Silk Road” site, during which an Internet post that incorporated an emoji was read into evidence.
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