State Law Requires Sex Offenders to List Status on Facebook Louisiana has enacted a new law requiring sex offenders and child predators to disclose their criminal status on their Facebook and other social networking profiles.
This Facebook “All” Link Let You See An Almost Unfiltered News Feed, Until Facebook Shut It Down. Facebook filters the news feed so you only see the 15% or so of stories it thinks you’ll find most interesting. But a newly discovered “All” link would show you almost everything posted by your friends and Pages you Like, Twitter style. Update: That is, until Facebook shut it down around 5:30pm today.
Jurors’ Facebook Friendship Casts Doubt on Murder Trial Decision. Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Mary Noble ordered a hearing for two jurors who helped rule against 28 year-old Ross Brandon Sluss, who was sentenced to serve life in prison on charges of murder, assault, and evidence tampering, after finding that they had a previously-established Facebook friendship with the victim’s mother.