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NY Courts: Expect All Facebook Posts to be Considered Public Information

3 Geeks and a Law Blog reports on two opinions from NY regarding access to both public and private Facebook posts.

Bottom line in New York (and possibly every place else in the United States): Expect everything you post on Facebook or MySpace to be considered public information by the courts, and don't expect that your self-imposed privacy settings will protect you if you're ever taken to court.
Read the full post for more on the opinions.

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All personal information is monitored and stored anyway.Considering myspace and facebook posts to be public information is just a way to bring to light the info they already have on you without revealing their sources or the fact that they already have the info on you and using social netoworks as shields.

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