How Many of Your Facebook Friends Are Undercover FBI Agents?

All Facebook users sit tight because some federal agents are trying to reach you as your friend and gathering your information’s as a part of there duty. Isn’t this shocking news?

U.S. Law enforcement agents mean federal agents are following the rest of the Internet world into popular social-networking services. They are undercover with false online profiles to communicate with suspects and gather there private information. This agent offers a tantalizing glimpse of issues related to privacy and crime-fighting. When you get a friend request ask yourself “Do you know him?” Think again. Your new “friend” just might be the FBI. May be he is not but need to be careful.

A shocking news for Facebook users

Facebook and other social media are generated to communicate with family, friends, relatives and only for that person whose you know physically. But this day’s people are making new friends through these social media networks. And you will find some people are making some serious relationship through this, like making an affair getting married, traveling with them on the first visit. Some criminals are also using these medias to exchange their messages, communicating there circle. This is dangerous for the society. Some social networks are only chatting some with calling or video calling and it cost nothing. So people like this networks and using regularly.

The federal agents are trying to stop crime and catch some terrorist who was using social media or his relatives friends. That’s the main theme of this Information Act lawsuit. They are doing wrong to stop criminals, not to take your information’s. They are just doing there duty, so no need to worry about this. If you are not a criminal, you don’t need to think about it. And also if you are not related to any criminals. It’s just a law protecting activity.

It of course against your privacy but this will help you to be protected. Your country will be safe, and your people.




According to a report by The Intercept, the above slides do not reveal the NSA’s Facebook surveillance program in full. The report states that the NSA also “disguises itself as a fake Facebook server” to perform “man-in-the-middle” and “man-on-the-side” attacks and spread malware [below].