Turn over Facebook history, judge orders

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Sat, Dec 26th, 2009 14:06 by capnasty NEWS

A New Brunswick judge has ordered a Miramichi woman, Rosemary Carter, to reveal how often she uses the social-networking website Facebook to Herbert Connors, a man she's suing after a 2004 car crash. In her lawsuit, Carter has said she hasn't been able to return to work full-time as an administrative clerk at the Miramichi Hospital. Conners' lawyer asked Carter to turn over her internet records from Bell Aliant and specifically to disclose her Facebook activity, which would provide a window into what physical capacity the plaintiff has to keyboard, access to the Internet and communication with family friends and associates on Facebook and thus at what capacity she may have to work.

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