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 n.— «Many of the lessons learned from the increased use of electronic evidence in civil litigation–“e-discovery,” in the parlance of litigators–may be applied to the burgeoning use of social-networking sites to gather evidence in criminal cases.» —“MySpace, Your Space, or Our Space? New Frontiers in Electronic Evidence” by John S. Wilsom Oregon Law Reivew , 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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