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Do you think a prosecuting attorney has the right to view suspects' Facebook feeds during a criminal
Yes I do. I hadn't thought about this until last year when there were a lot of riots here in the UK. One suspect was actually stupid enough to try and start a riot by publishing content on Facebook. He was caught and convicted on that evidence alone.
Absolutely. I am always amazed by people who assume facebook is private.
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