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Seeing is believing: Litigation in the age of surveillance | Patrick Brown

Monday, February 12, 2018 @ 8:37 AM | By Patrick Brown

With the advent of new technology from dashboard cameras to iPhones, it has become easier to capture a collision unfolding right before our eyes.

Chances are, if an incident wasn’t caught on an iPhone, iPad, tablet, dash cam, GoPro or camera, the local traffic, retail store or bank surveillance has caught something on their camera footage. Needless to say, privacy in our digital age is a rare phenomenon.

That being said, we no longer have to deal with uncertain, unreliable and unclear statements. We can now...