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What Facebook Sends the Cops When Your Account Is Subpoenaed [Facebook]

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

As part of its investigation into the Philip Markoff case—aka the Craigslist Killer—the Boston Police Department subpoenaed his Facebook account. And now that a large collection of files related to the case have been released by the Boston Police Department, we're finally getting a look at what exactly the social media juggernaut shares with investigators. More »
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