Oct 022010
 
 October 2, 2010  Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Chris Williams reports:

Security chiefs have cautioned army, navy and RAF personnel to disable Facebook Places, over fears it could be used by terrorists to identify and track targets.

The new service could act as a “one stop shop targeting pack”, particularly in Northern Ireland, they warn.

The Ministry of Defence is concerned about how it could be used by dissident Republican groups to gather intelligence on operations, as well as on the family and friends of personnel.

Read more in The Register.

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