Sep 272016
 
 September 27, 2016  Govt, Online

Council bosses in Cumbria can use Facebook to snoop on residents they suspect of committing an offence.

New guidelines have been added to Cumbria County Council’s surveillance rule book on the issue and approved by leaders.

The regulations allow county council staff to glean information from personal social media account pages as an alternative to carrying out direct surveillance.

Read more on North-West Evening Mail.

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