Social media has a reputation for causing problems in a person’s life, and sometimes these issues can move into the legal sphere.

Dissecting the bridge between the Web and the courtroom, a panel of legal, investigative and business experts convened at ACEDS 2016’s “The Anatomy of a Tweet” session, starting with a simple question posed by moderator William Wilkinson, BDO director of forensic technology – why social media? Or, more precisely, why do people use it?

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