DHS using social media to check for marriage fraud

"First the memo engages in armchair psychology by assuming a large friend network indicates 'narcissistic tendencies.' Second, and perhaps more disturbing, the memo assumes a user’s online profile always accurately reflects her offline life," writes EFF staff attorney Jennifer Lynch.

"Unfortunately, this memo suggests there’s nothing to prevent an exaggerated, harmless or even out-of-date off-hand comment in a status update from quickly becoming the subject of a full citizenship investigation."

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