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Meg Lanker-Simons Has Previous Conviction

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A Laramie woman accused of posting an anonymous Facebook threat against herself has a previous conviction involving a 2005 gun-waving incident.

Court records show Meg Lanker-Simons pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in May 2006 and was sentenced to six years of probation

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UW Crushes Admin Speaks Out

An exclusive interview with the anonymous administrator of the controversial UW Crushes Facebook page. He discusses the site, the controversy, and his opinion on Meg Lanker-Simons

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Meg Lanker-Simons Cited For Making UW Crushes Post

University of Wyoming Police have issued a citation to Meg Lanker-Simons for a charge of interference. According to the citation "Subject admitted to making a controversial post on UW Crushes webpage and then lied about not doing it."

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Anti-Rape Culture Demonstration Mounted at UW [VIDEO]

Chants, signs and speeches took center stage at the University of Wyoming campus Monday morning during a demonstration against rape culture.

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UW Crushes Page Removed From Facebook

A Facebook page that recently came under fire in Laramie appears to have been removed from Facebook.

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Facebook Page Sparks UW Controversy

A Facebook page called UW Crushes has come under fire after a harshly worded statment was posted on the page about a University of Wyoming Student.

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U.S. Marshals in Wyo. Turn to Facebook to Help Catch Fugitives

The Wyoming offices of the U.S. Marshals' Department have recently taken to facebook in an attempt to spread the word about fugitives in the Wyoming area.

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Your Facebook Copyright Notice Status Update Is Bogus

If you've been on Facebook over the last few days, you've probably seen that some of your friends have posted a copyright notice as their status update.

The message suggests that the poster has copyrighted all the material on their Facebook page thanks to the authority of something called the Berner Convention. Here is the full text of the update:

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Maybe. Maybe not. (J. Green/TSM)
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Did Facebook Release Your Private Information?

Monday afternoon, we posted a story about Facebook inadvertently publishing many users' private messages in their Timeline history. Facebook subsequently claimed the mix-up was a false alarm: people were mis-remembering old wall posts as private messages.

Many Facebook users, however, continued to claim they had in fact had private messages released into the wild. I remain uncertain about my own Timeline page - which remains locked down at this point. So did Facebook mess up, or not?

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UPDATED: Facebook Says Privacy Breach ‘False’ Rumor – BBC

Update: The BBC is reporting the  postings are actually public posts. It can be difficult to remember what's public and what's not when dealing with messages/posts that are four or five years old. But this is a good reminder that anything on the internet - even if you think it to be private - probably isn't.

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