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A group of lawyers have ruled that it's okay for attorneys to dig through social networking websites like Facebook and MySpace to get dirt on opposing parties in lawsuits. The New York State (US) Bar Association's "Committee on Professional Ethics" issued a statement saying attorneys in litigation may access the public pages of another party's site to get information about that person, as long as it is accessible to all members of the network. The panel cautioned that lawyers may not deliberately "friend" someone in order to get the goods on them.

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