Looks like Facebook should take a cue from MySpace when it comes to cooperating with law enforcement.
Recently, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo informed Facebook CEO Mark Zukerberg of an ongoing investigation into "user safety" of his clients.
According to Cuomo, several undercover NY police officers in the Internet Crimes division went online as 14-year-old girls.
Turns out, it's 14-year-old girls that get all the action on the site. They were each solicited for sex multiple times.
Here's the question: should Facebook, in light of this information, readily turn over user information to the authorities? Or should they put up a fight and stand for user privacy?