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The Fake News: New Facebook Messenger Alerts Police When It Senses Illegal Activity

New Facebook Messenger Alerts Police When It Senses Illegal Activity In Messages — Over 250 Arrest So Far

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Palo Alto — “Between social media and rap videos we been busting criminals faster than Usain Bolt” Said a Palo Alto police chief during a conference with Facebook on the cracking down of digital and illegal communication crimes online. A Palo Alto police department released records showing that since the incorporation of the new Facebook Messenger over 250 arrest due to police text alerts that are automatically sent when it senses illegal activity in private messages...

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