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abortion the case of Celeste and Jessica Burgess worries about the confidentiality of messages exchanged via the social network.

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abortion a first that is cold in the back. In Nebraska, in the United States, a woman is prosecuted for having an illegal abortion, after the authorities discovered messages evoking a pregnancy in private discussions on Facebook Messenger, reported the site on Wednesday 10 August 10 ".

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the messages were given to investigators by Meta, the Facebook mother company. They asked for it last June, as part of an investigation to determine if Jessica Burgess had buried a stillborn infant.

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She was then accused of having helped Celeste, her 17 -year -old daughter, to obtain an Abortive

pill, based on the Facebook messages to which the investigators had access. The teenager was then more than 20 weeks pregnant, making it an illegal abortion in this state. The two women are therefore now continued in this context. Questioned on the subject, "Meta" assures that the requests of the authorities had nothing to do with an abortion at the start. "The authorities asked to have access to these messages as part of an investigation for the concealment of the body of a stillborn baby, who would have been burned and then buried, not to rule on the case of an illegal abortion" , detailed a spokesperson in a series of tweets.

A special case which, however, worries about defenders of the right to abortion

if the case of Jessica Burgees and her daughter is particularly complex, defenders of the right to abortion are concerned about the way in which social networks and social networks Other applications can lead to illegal abortion.

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