Capturing that evidence and using it for investigations and to build cases poses a challenge to regulators, enforcement agents and private sector risk and compliance officials. Investigators and prosecutors seeking to exploit social media evidence have been forced to contend with the ephemeral nature of the data and the uncertain boundaries between online speech and privacy rights.
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Presto Vivace writes: "Twitter, a rich evidence source in financial crime and compliance matters, now censors posts by country