Facebook has a message for the Drug Enforcement Administration: we don’t like what you’re doing on our website.
Check it out;
The social networking giant said in a letter Friday it wants assurances that the federal agency is no longer using fake profile pages to conduct investigations. The letter was in response to a New York woman’s federal lawsuit that claims that a DEA agent created a fake Facebook profile using her name and photographs to lure criminals.
In the letter, Facebook’s chief security officer Joe Sullivan told DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart that law enforcement agencies need to follow the same rules about being truthful on Facebook as civilian users, which include a ban on lying about who you are.