Related News: Jurors jailed for contempt of court over internet use

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Two jurors have each been jailed for two months for contempt of court after one posted a comment on Facebook and the other researched a case online.

Kasim Davey, 21, of London, wrote a strongly-worded Facebook message during the trial of a man for sex offences.

The High Court ruled he and Joseph Beard, 29, who was a juror on a separate fraud trial, “interfered with the administration of justice”.

Source: BBC

Related News: Teen faces prison time after Facebook comment

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It’s probably not a good idea to post threats on Facebook to “shoot up a school full of kids,” even if you follow it up with “LOL” and “JK.” (“LOL” and “JK” is online speak for “laughing out loud” and “just kidding.”) Especially months after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

Source: MSN