The adoption and use of social media by a broad spectrum of criminal defendants has raised some significant challenges for those tasked with crime prevention. This article will look at those challenges through the lens of three cases involving social media: United States v. Drew, United States v. Sayer, and United States v. Cassidy. However, prior to beginning that examination, this article will briefly discuss and categorize the various ways criminal defendants employ social media.
Recommended CitationThaddeus Hoffmeister, The Challenges of Preventing and Prosecuting Social Media Crimes, 35 Pace L. Rev. 115 (2014)
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