Social media in the criminal justice system

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Social media in the criminal justice system by Mind Map: Social media in the criminal justice system

1. Social medias

1.1. Facebook

1.2. Instagram

1.3. Twitter

1.4. Snapchat

1.4.1. 10 second video that automatically 'deletes'

1.5. Instant messaging

2. Differences between priority cases

2.1. Drug use

2.1.1. Photographical evidence of drug use

2.1.2. Advertisement intent to buy or sell substances

2.1.3. Third party usage

2.2. Homicide

2.2.1. Video evidence of crime

3. Current laws on using social media as evidence

3.1. Australian laws

3.2. Laws in other countries

3.2.1. Uses of social media in cases worldwide

4. Lawyers/experts opinions for/against social media use

4.1. Defences against social media use as evidence

4.2. Prosecution using social media as evidence

5. Past uses in court cases?

5.1. Any cases where any social media accounts were taken into consideration

6. Is social media a valid source of evidence

6.1. Matter of opinion over fact

6.2. Fake profiles

6.2.1. Lack of authenticity

7. More cameras for evidence

7.1. Invasion of privacy

7.2. Costs to install/maintain