For example, someone in shoes similar to "University of California, Davis Police Lt. John Pike" (from online news article re Occupy UC, Davis) - IIUC a University police force Lt., whose personal information (name, address, extensive other personal info) has been "published" on a "Facebook page" by, ostensibly or at least attributed to, members of the "Occupy (Univ Cali, Davis) " group? IIRC, Az, just for example, has a statute forbidding the publication, and inclusion in certain public records, of LEOs. Whether it applies to University campus police officers, I don't know. IF California has similar statutes, do they apply to non-municipal LEOs? It's been a while since I read the FB "TOS" - but I'd bet there's a violation or two to be had via that user requirement/restriction document. Any federal protections against publication of municipal/non-municipal LEOs information, i.e., name, address, property ownership, vehicle identification, phone numbers, whatever else? That Occupy stuff, across the board and across the country, is just plain crappy stuff.