Recently I published here a case comment on a Quebec tribunal decision involving the admissibility of social media evidence.
One particular element of the argument surprised me, and I would be interested in your views.
In the case, an employee brought a complaint before a labour tribunal against her employer, claimed that the employer had created, or allowed to continue, an atmosphere of harassment. As evidence, she brought printouts of comments made by her work colleagues on the Facebook page of another colleague who was also (for a while) a Facebook friend of the complainant.
The employer objected to this . . . [more]