The woman who was arrested for ‘poking' someone on Facebook
by Gracie Murano
In yet another case of blurring
The order specifically prohibits either telephoning, contacting, or otherwise communicating with the petitioner. of a restraining order in Tennessee is a class A misdemeanor, punishable up to 11 months and 29 days in jail, as well as a fine up to $2500. (Link)
The emergency worker who got 4 years in jail for posting crime scene photos on Facebook
Mark Musarella, an emergency worker who posted photos on Facebook of a beaten and strangled woman called Caroline Wimme, was sentenced to 200 hours of community service after pleading guilty to misdemeanor official misconduct and disorderly conduct. The 48-year-old retired New York Police Department detective also lost his
Now, the parents are suing Facebook for allowing the pictures to be shown.
The two preteen girls who were accused of cyberstalking after hacking into a classmate's Facebook page
Two preteen US girls accused of hacking into a classmate's Facebook page and posting sexually explicit photos and messages have been charged with cyberstalking and first-degree computer trespassing. The girls, ages 11 and 12, have been under investigation since the alleged victim's family contacted Issaquah police. The two defendants used the victim's password information to post sexually explicit content on her Facebook page. They also posted messages that indicated the victim was willing to perform sex acts on people.
The defendants instant-messaged some boys to arrange dates where sex acts were to be performed by the victim, according to the charges. Jon Knight, the stepfather of the 12-year-old victim, said his family is relieved that the case has resulted in . He said that he wasn't taken seriously when he reported the incident to Issaquah police and to staff at Issaquah Middle School.