Social surveillance warrants new privacy laws

12/14/2009 | NYTimes.com

Police officers are going "undercover" on social sites, and more government agencies are using social media to track down miscreants, a trend that concerns The New York Times. In an editorial, the paper notes that "privacy law was largely created in the pre-Internet age, and new rules are needed to keep up with the ways people communicate today."

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