If you’re advertising your summer jam through Twitter or with public event page on Facebook, chances are the NYPD is planning to crash.
“We look for house parties all the time,” said Commissioner Ray Kelly, speaking at a press conference after a recent “Freaky Friday” event in Brooklyn turned into a deadly shooting. “We look at social networking. We’re very much focused on weekend parties.”
The sentiment from the man on the street seemed to be, that if the police are posing as an old 8th grade buddy in order to see the event, that’s an invasion of privacy. Parties listed as public events, on the other hand, are fair game for the boys in blue.