TechCrunch :: Boston Phoenix, which this week published a long feature on how digital sleuthing led to detectives tracking down Philip Markoff, a man accused of robbing two women and murdering a third, having initially made contact with them through Craigslist. (Markoff committed suicide before his case went to trial.) The feature is worth reading in itself, but what’s equally interesting is that the Phoenix has taken the opportunity to also make public an extensive amount of evidence that was used in the case, covering things like CCTV footage, audio of police interviews… and all of Markoff’s Facebook data.
The Phoenix didn’t obtain that data directly from Facebook itself, but got it as part of the Boston Police Department’s public release of its investigation case file.
"What a Facebook response to a user data subpoena looks like" - Continue to read Ingrid Lunden, techcrunch.com