Supreme Court Meets YouTube: “In a U.S. Supreme Court first, the justices have joined the Internet age, including digital access to videotaped evidence with an opinion. Scott v. Harris, No. 05-1631 (April 30). The grainy clip (Real Player), which can be reached via a hyperlink on the court’s opinions Web page, shows the view from the dashboard of a police car involved in a high-speed chase in suburban Atlanta. Although the video can’t physically be included in the published opinion, it is referenced in a footnote in which the URL is written out, notes Kathy Arberg, a spokeswoman for the court.”