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German court says 'Nein' on Facebook profile access request

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But even so, the parents don't automatically have the right to breach other people's privacy, i.e. those with whom the daughter communicated privately. That is the issue here. They can look at the memorial page and see the public communications, but the private communications are private, unless an investigative body (police etc.) can get a warrant to open up the communications.

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