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Looking for evidence of disability fraud, the district attorney for Manhattan last year obtained 381 search warrants, supported by a 93-page affidavit, and served them on Facebook as part of a long-term investigation into a massive scheme. The search warrants were "sealed," which means they were not made public. The grounds for the warrants were that posts, photos and other information could provide ample evidence of activity that would show that those being investigated were not disabled.

If you don't pay for the service you are the service and get serviced.
Posted by: BitterReality 2014-08-04 19:04:43 In reply to: Peter S. Vogel
You get nothing for free, however you can get snooping perverted cretins perving through your data for free.
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