The Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management has updated its model set of jury instructions to better deter jurors from using social media to research or communicate about a case. Among other matters, jurors will be told, “Information on the internet or available through social media might be wrong, incomplete, or inaccurate.” The update responds to a survey of federal trial judges who recommended that jurors be reminded about the proscriptions often and provided with reasons for the instruction, that is, how refraining from the use of social media promotes a fair trial and that violations can result in mistrials and wasted time. Trial judges will also apparently be provided with posters stressing the importance of jurors making decisions based on information presented in the courtroom only. See The Third Branch News, August 21, 2012.