Crime and the Youth of Today

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The difference in how the two are treated is because it's more likely that a daytime burglary will take place without resistance (because none of the residents of the home are present), so there's less chance of violence than exists for nighttime burglaries.
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At least it wasn't MySpace. He'd never be able to hold his head up in public again.
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Good Morning Charles,
I'm not so sure of the day vs. night burglary correlation but it does recall a funny and nonviolent situation involving a Cameroonian immigrant who was apprehended in Mexico for a crime committed in the US a few years ago. American law enforcement was able to track him down via Facebook. I forget the exact circumstances but it had something to do with the investigating officer having coincidental "friends" on FB with the alleged perpetrator.
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Wow. I take back everything I said about Facebook's latest interface violating Nielsen's famous 10 Usability Heuristics (http://www.useit.com/papers/heuristic/he…). By making logging out a complicated process, Facebook is in fact FIGHTING CRIME!