Legal Tuesday – Emoticons In Electronic Communications

In the video below, attorney David Allen explains that the courts examine the context of communications to determine whether emoticons have meaning. This is very interesting seeing that more and more people are turning to the courts to resolve harassment that is committed using electronic communications.



Posted on 01/05/2016, in Cyberharassment, Potpourri and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. yahtzeebutterfly

    Great video, Xena. Thanks for posting it.

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  2. chuquestaquenumber1

    Forgive me for going off topic.
    I just read that Officer Brian Encina was charged by a grand jury,on a misdemeanor count of perjury. Perjury got racist cop Mark Fuhrman out of law enforcement,hopefully the same can happen in this case.

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    • Hey Chuquest. No problem. I was working on getting the story and blogging it, probably as you posted this.

      I’ve always wondered why LE was not being charged with perjury when their stories do not line up with video. Slager is another one who should have perjury charges.

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