Feb 082017
 February 8, 2017  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, U.S., Workplace

Marlene Kennedy reports:

During a probe of massive fraud in 9/11 benefits, Facebook took a stand for user privacy in objecting to bulk electronic search warrants, an attorney for the social-networking giant told New York’s high court Tuesday.

The oral arguments come four years after the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office sent Facebook 381 search warrants targeting the accounts of some of the New York City police officers and firefighters who took early retirement after 9/11, claiming mental trauma.

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h/t, Joe Cadillic

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