Extract from ALM Media's article "Q&A: Getting Ready for the Emoji Law Revolution"
Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman is an expert on internet speech. Lately, he’s been rather obsessed with a topic that most lawyers probably have never stopped to think about—the ways that emojis are creeping into court cases and how judges and litigants are dealing with them.
Emojis can be difficult to interpret when they’re presented as evidence in a case, and that issue isn't going anywhere in the near future. We checked in with Goldman to see what’s new in emoji law.
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