According to a post on EvidenceProf Blog by Jeffry Bellin, Trial by Google: Judicial Notice in the Information Age "explores the emerging phenomenon of courts taking judicial notice of facts gleaned from Internet web sites, like Google Maps. It highlights the inviting and terrifying intersection of venerable judicial notice doctrine and the Internet, and ultimately suggests guidelines for courts applying Federal Rule of Evidence 201 (Judicial Notice) and state analogues to Internet sources." The article by Bellin and Andrew Guthrie Ferguson is forthcoming in the Northwestern University Law Review and is now available at SSRN.