The Internet Of Things: A Tangled Web Of Evidentiary Issues

Law360, New York (August 16, 2017, 4:47 PM EDT) -- Google Home, Amazon Echo, Fitbit — they're the quintessential "must have" pieces of new technology. They record our fitness data, spout the weather forecast, and even order takeout. These virtual family members, ready at a moment's notice with their encyclopedic knowledge and their helpfulness, have become necessary gadgets in a world increasingly filled with them.

But can these devices, so simple and fun on the surface, raise more questions than answers when their data is used in the courtroom? What about privacy? What about privilege? What about the rules of evidence? And what happens when all of these questions collide during...

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