Berne-ing Up Facebook

by on December 4, 2012 in GS2LAW

If you count yourself amongst the one billion-plus monthly active users of social media juggernaut, Facebook, chances are you have seen your newsfeed inundated with a certain “declaration” as of late.  For those not privy, this trend consists of users of the online community copying-and-pasting a short passage into their Facebook statuses in an attempt […]

Hitting Facebook In Its Private Parts

by on June 11, 2012 in GS2LAW

It is not difficult to feel old, from a legal perspective, as one can remember testing the bounds of fingerprinting, skin cell shedding, DNA profiles (and databases, of course) in court. One of the more recent battles has been the use and accuracy of cell site evidence which also has the added benefit of being […]