Uk Home Office: ‘Constructive’ social media meeting


Representatives from the social media industry today visited the Home Office to discuss cooperation with law enforcement agencies. Facebook, Twitter and Blackberry messenger were among those discussing cooperation with law enforcement agencies in situations where networks are being used for criminal behavior. A Home Office spokesperson explained: ‘The Home Secretary, along with the Culture Secretary and Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne, has held a constructive meeting with ACPO, the police and representatives from the social media industry. ‘The discussions looked at how law enforcement and the networks can build on the existing relationships and cooperation to crack down on the networks being used for criminal behavior.’ Here to read more.

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