You have the right to remain silent... on Facebook
In fraternizing with Facebook's 800 million-plus global members, posting or sharing too much can get you busted, dumped or fired. But Facebook misbehaviour can also have a more severe consequence: prison. Indeed, arrest has befallen countless users that abused the site. So how did they land behind bars? From nude photos to illegal handgun shopping, here's how a handful of rocket scientists have been sent to jail over their use of Facebook.
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