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+ - Australia uses Facebook to track debtors->

Submitted by a302b
a302b (585285) writes "A Canberra lawyer has been permitted to serve legal documents via Facebook for a couple that defaulted on some loans. He claims he needed to do this because he was unable to track them down to a physical address. At what point does our online presence become "real"? And what opportunities are available for fraud, if social networking sites are considered legal representations of ourselves, even when they can be anonymously created under any name?"
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