#DeleteFacebook goes viral after messages cited against women charged over abortion

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The hashtag #DeleteFacebook has gone viral on Twitter. The social media giant reportedly turned over to police chat messages between a mother and her daughter after it was served with a warrant as part of an investigation into an illegal abortion.

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