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18.03.2010 US Government Spies Use Facebook
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18.03.2010: Die US Regierung als "Freund" bei Facebook

Ein Dokument des US Justizministeriums untersucht den Umgang der Sicherheitsbehörden mit Facebook, MySpace und Twitter. US Regierunsstellen treten in den sozialen Netzwerken als "Freunde" auf.

The document of the US Department of Justice this week was released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

"Why go undercover on Facebook, MySpace, etc?" the document asks. Three reasons are offered: 1. Communicate with suspects/targets. 2. Gain access to non-public info. 3. Map social relationships/networks.

"If agents violate terms of service," the document asks, "is that 'otherwise illegal activity'?" No answer is offered in the text.

We expect the Electronic Frontier Foundation to offer further analysis in coming days. You can download a PDF of the document yourself here.

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Created: 2010-03-18 07:53:51
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