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05/31/2011

Law enforcement and social media

Law enforcement officials are making use of social media sites like Facebook to help track down suspects and solve crimes. Should they be allowed to? Should posts and statuses on such sites be admissible? Is there a social networking line that cops should not be able to cross while conducting investigations? Let us know your thoughts, and you could see your response on Eyewitness News First at Four!

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Toya

If your dumb enough to commit a crime and post it on the internet then the cops should use it to put you in jail!

Toya

If your dumb enough to do a crime and post it on the internet then the cops should use it and put you in jail!!

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