Members, how much information is too much.

Here's a interesting reference to the Siegelman political prosecution case.

Federal Evidence Review, No Reversal Despite Juror Exposure To Internet Information, Media Accounts And E-mail, 10 March 2009.
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Eleventh Circuit agrees with trial court, after a hearing with all
twelve jurors, that exposure to an unredacted copy of the Second
Superseding Indictment, a book concerning the role of the jury
foreperson, and limited, inadvertent media reports on the case, was
harmless beyond a reasonable doubt; additionally, the trial court was
properly reserved in investigating allegations that some jurors
e-mailed one another before and during jury deliberations, under FRE 606(b), in United States v. Siegelman, _ F.3d _ (11th Cir. March 6, 2009) (No. 07-13163)
.