Spanish court has ordered the use of the emoticons “cute” and “envelopes” in its court cases and ordered the emojis be used in court, as it considers the use and abuse of the emos to be unacceptable.
The court ordered that emoji, emoticons and emoticons-related images be included in court documents for the first time in March.
The move comes as the government seeks to use the emoji in courtrooms and courtrooms of public bodies, in an attempt to prevent the misuse of the digital symbols.
The Emoji Legal Initiative (ELI) said in March that emojines, emoticon and emoticon-related symbols should be used to enhance and enhance the appearance of the legal documents, with the emoji also being used in place of the traditional red cross in court.
However, it also wants to encourage the use emoji in legal documents by showing how the symbols can be used as a visual reminder to the court.
“The emojicon, in particular, has a clear and positive purpose for the court, namely to enhance the legal document by highlighting its text, or the content of the document,” ELI’s executive director Maria Maria Alves said in a statement.
“This purpose is to remind the court that the document is in English, and that the documents are in English,” she said.
“In the present context, it is necessary to encourage people to read and understand the documents in English.”
Elías Ramos, who is a lawyer at the Madrid Bar, said the use would not only help people understand what the document says but also make them think twice before writing something in English.
“I don’t think it will be an easy task, but I do think it is a good thing that the emoins are used,” Ramos said.
Emojis are currently used in English in official documents and public documents but not in legal ones.
The Spanish government has been trying to change that, by introducing new symbols to replace the red cross.