Secret Service interrogates Tacoma 7th grader

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PostWed May 18, 2011 8:16 am » by Idk42

"the agent finished the interview and told him he was not in any trouble. Now he's more careful about what he posts online."

Carefull, ya'll. Don't speak your minds, you will be harassed and abused for no real reason other than they can. It's also good to know that non-threatening Facebook messages reach the radar of these goons. I never expected to make it to 30 anyway..

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PostWed May 18, 2011 8:45 am » by Illuminated

^ this is relevant to the pysop angle

everyone on facebook is a Potential CopKiller! :roll: :clapper:

Officials Warn Facebook and Twitter Increase Police Vulnerability
By Mike Levine

Published May 10, 2011

In the midst of what officials call an "appalling" and "alarming spike" in attacks on law enforcement around the country, officials are warning the success of sites such as Facebook and Twitter has made police even more vulnerable.

While police have for some time used social networking sites to identify and investigate suspected criminals, now criminals are using such sites to identify and investigate law enforcement officers, including undercover police. In addition, hostage-takers and suspects who barricade themselves in buildings are monitoring social media to track police movements in real time, and gang members are launching their own surveillance operations targeting police.

Social media "will be used against you," Lauri Stevens -- organizer of this week's Social Media, Internet and Law Enforcement conference in Chicago -- promised police officials who have gathered from across the country and overseas to swap ideas over harnessing the changing media environment and protecting against its dangers.

the rest - VIDEO: ... erability/
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