For those who believe that Facebook has no utility, here’s a story that’ll warm your heart (or chill the blood of those “ice in the veins” lawyers out there).
It seems the Australian Supreme Court has decided that Facebook is a suitable medium on which to serve court papers. Yes indeedy – no longer do bailiffs need to hunt down unsuspecting citizens at home, at their workplace or elsewhere – they can now serve court papers at the same time as they poke them and throw sheep or other livestock at them.
The Diversity blog top pick for 2009? The first ever charge of Grievous Bodily Harm stemming from a virtual sheep throwing incident on Facebook.
Oh lordy lordy me….
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