June 15, 2019

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Lost in translation?

Courts, law enforcement struggle to deal with ambiguous meanings of emoji

Mary Altaffer / the associated Press</p><p>Emoji symbols have become the unofficial language of the Internet. Their proliferation has created a legal minefield.</p></p>

Mary Altaffer / the associated Press

Emoji symbols have become the unofficial language of the Internet. Their proliferation has created a legal minefield.

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