Conflict & Justice

British Prime Minister Unfriends Social Media

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David Cameron (photo: BBC)

British Prime Minister David Cameron told Parliament Thursday that his government is looking at the role social media played in organizing the riots in London and elsewhere in the UK this week. He suggested that curbs could be placed on social networking sites when police determine they're used to plot an illegal act. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd, who's been following the story.

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