This is a digital age, and people of all ages and demographics here in Massachusetts are connecting over social media. While the content of the overwhelming number of posts, tweets, and other online communications produced each days is sometimes considered private to the writers, individuals involved in child custody cases may find their social media writings appearing as evidence in court.
In today's hyper-interconnected world, social media have become a part of daily life for people in Massachusetts. While these websites such as Facebook have allowed people to more easily stay in contact with each other, and Twitter has even been lauded as a major reason why the Arab Spring was possible, they also implicate privacy. Anybody on social media has seen postings or comments that seem a little too private to be broadcast publicly and permanently across the internet.