When Tech Betrays: Court Cases Where Data from Electronics Convicted or Exonerated an Individual

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GPS, Tablets, Phones, Fitbit are some devices that have portions of your information on them. However what if that information could be used against you in the court of law. Attorney and Resident Fellow at Yale Law School: Tiffany Li discuses court cases in which tech items were used to convict and exonerate.

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