Judge orders turnover of woman’s deleted Facebook posts

A New York state judge has ruled that a woman’s deleted postings on Facebook and MySpace must be turned over to a company fighting allegations she suffered permanent injuries that have prevented her from living an active lifestyle. Kathleen Romano had no reasonable expectation that the information she posted to restricted parts of the social networking sites would remain private, even if she had previously deleted it. Facebook’s privacy policy is anything but clear: “Removed and deleted information may persist in backup copies for up to 90 days

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