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Does sending someone a 'fist' emoji imply intent to harm?

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 12:39

Lawyers, judges and juries are increasingly having to decipher the meaning behind an emoji when deciding on a verdict, and they're often left baffled by the new visual language.

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