Facebook Tells DEA Agents to Stop Impersonating Drug Users on Site
Facebook may unfriend the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
Facebook officials sent a letter to the DEA demanding agents stop impersonating drug users on the social media site.
The letter follows a Buzzfeed report that detailed how the DEA arrested a woman then seized her phone and created a Facebook account in her name. An agent posted pictures of the woman with her son on Facebook.
She's suing the agent but the Justice Department is backing him up, saying agents have the right to do such things.
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