So far, we have discussed Facebook legal faux pas done with intent. But that's not the only way the social network can land you in jail. In 2007, a time when Facebook use was still in its infancy, a 37-year-old U.K. man joined the site to look at a friend's photos. But after signing up, Facebook automatically sent a friend request on his behalf to every email in his address book. Regrettably, this included his estranged wife, who happened to have a court injunction prohibiting her husband from contacting her. For that goof, the unwitting Facebook user was jailed for seven days.
In Iowa, Christina Dreier and her husband often must choose between paying bills and buying enough food for their family. Food stamps and the local foo... More In Iowa, Christina Dreier and her husband often must choose between paying bills and buying enough food for their family. Food stamps and the local food pantry provide some relief, but sometimes the Dreiers' best efforts aren't enough. They are among millions of Americans who struggle with hunger, and those numbers are on the rise. Read more about hunger in the United States online in National Geographic magazine: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/hunger/ By 2050 we'll need to feed two billion more people. Click here for a special eight-month series exploring how we can do that—without overwhelming the planet: http://food.nationalgeographic.com.
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