With billions of active accounts across multiple social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and more, user-generated content is being created at an incredible pace. Social media information is implicated in an ever-increasing number of matters and it’s no surprise that lawyers have found the need to gather, review and use information or images found on social media to aid in the prosecution or defense of their lawsuits. That data can readily be collected and reviewed similar to other electronically stored information. And now, more than ever, Social Media Discovery is providing the smoking gun that makes or breaks a case.
In this 30-minute webinar, you’ll learn how Social Media Discovery – often the least expensive aspect of discovery – is changing the litigation landscape.
- Preservation obligations
- Ethical considerations
- Admissibility requirements
- Case stories that show how Social Media Discovery changed the outcome of actual trials
- How to identify the social media locations to be collected
- How to preserve unique metadata and hash evidence items to aid in authentication