In an effort to stifle potential Facebook mishaps, the New York Police Department has told officers to put a silencer on their social media activities. NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly recently ordered the city’s 35,000 officers to not post about their jobs on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or any other social media sites, the New York Daily News reports.
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A New York man wanted on multiple arrest warrants for domestic violence and harassment of his ex-girlfriend challenged cops to catch him on his Facebook profile – so they did.