The MySpace/Facebook connection

It seems like every time someone makes the news, reporters immediately jump on Facebook or MySpace to see if there’s any information to be found.    In the case of the recent Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal, there was.

She actually didn’t have to delete everything.  She could have just limited her profile visibility to her friends or left the New York network (in the case of Facebook) or set her profile to public (in the case of MySpace.)

I hope I can remember to mention this anecdote during my SEALL talk.

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