Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1: Framing the Issues

Chapter 2: A “Body of Precedent Written on the Wind?”: Wiki Courts, “Link Rot,” and Independent Judicial Internet Research

Chapter 3: The Open Courts Principle, Litigant Privacy, and Electronic Court Records

Chapter 4: “De-anonymization” and “Re-anonymization”: Why Traditional Assumptions No Longer Apply

Chapter 5: “Googling” the Judge and the Perception of Impartiality: Out-of-Court Speech, the Internet, and Judicial Ethics

Chapter 6: Facebook, Social Networking, and the Appearance of Impropriety: For Judges Less Is More

Chapter 7: Social Networking and Cyber Research Undermining the Jury System

Conclusion: A Final Word

Appendix

Table of Cases

Index

About the Author

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