Jan 062011
 
 January 6, 2011  Court, Online

Kashmir Hill writes:

Much of the time, Facebook is being criticized for violating users’ privacy, but sometimes the company does the opposite. In a California court case, Facebook’s lawyers are trying to avoid turning over the status messages posted to Facebook by a juror in a street gang trial.

Read more about the case and the legal issues on Sacramento Bee, and read Kashmir’s commentary about how this could be a privacy PR shot in the arm for Facebook on Forbes.

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