The short answer here is maybe. The law of evidence regarding the admissibility of these types of social media evidence hasn’t really caught up with the technology. Everyone is very, very present on social media now however proving the person that actually made the entry or the Facebook post or the tweet or what have you is often times more difficult than it may appear on it’s face. However, the best policy here is to always assume that these things will be used against you later and to carefully consider what you do and what you post on social media before it actually happens.
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