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Facebook has added sleuthing to its array of data-mining capabilities, scanning your posts and chats for criminal activity. If the social-networking giant detects suspicious behavior, it flags the content and determines if further steps, such as informing the police, are required.
Facebook's software focuses on conversations between members who have a loose relationship on the social network. For example, if two users aren't friends, only recently became friends, have no mutual friends, interact with each other very little, have a significant age difference, and/or are located far from each other, the tool pays particular attention.
Facebook already shares its Law Enforcement Guidelines publicly, but we've never actually seen the data Menlo Park sends over to the cops when it gets a formal subpoena for your profile information. Now we know. This appears to be the first time we get to see what a Facebook account report looks like.
Originally posted by AlienAgendah
For the life of me, I don't know why anyone would invest in that dinosaur.
Originally posted by wildtimes
reply to post by theMediator
We all say and think things that are not illegal but want to keep private.
If you want to keep them "private", why on earth would you post them on Facebook????
Do you think a 50 year old man would post on the wall of a 14 year old girl so that everyone can see?
Impossible, so your argument is void sorry.
Maybe you don't know about facebook but there are private one on one messages too and this is what the OP is mainly taking about from what I deduct.