FSU: Professor developing project to authenticate human rights abuse evidence

FSU: Professor developing project to authenticate human rights abuse evidence

FSU: Professor developing project to authenticate human rights abuse evidence

Social media and smartphone technology have become important tools for sharing real-time news and first-hand accounts of world events, and digital evidence is becoming useful in identifying human rights abuses.

A Florida State University political science professor has entered into a joint effort with Amnesty International to develop a volunteer network that will work to authenticate the veracity of that digital evidence.

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