Reid says he doesn't have email, but in "Cradle to Grave" he checks his email after Morgan asks about new cases.
JJ: (as Reid enters and sits down) Well, hello. (the team exchanges looks at Reid's new haircut)
Hotchner: What? Did you join a boy band?
Prentiss: Social networking sites?
Garcia: Yeah. Facebook, Twitter - you name an online life-sharing time suck, the victims were on it. And if you look at each of their last posts, they say kinda the same thing - going out of town, going on a business trip, going on vacation. But, when you look at the time and date stamp of each of these, cue the Twilight Zone music, because they were all posted the morning after the women went missing.
Hotchner: "The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it's taken place." George Bernard Shaw
Rossi: Can somebody explain to me the appeal of these sites? "Eating sushi tonight yum." "Boss is keeping me late tonight grrr." Whose life is so important that we'd be interested in this kind of detail?
Rossi: "The internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had." Eric Schmidt
Reid: Social networking sites are suprisingly insecure. Facebook recently tried to update all their privacy settings, and in doing so, they made everybody's profiles viewable.
Rossi: Can somebody explain to me the appeal of these sites? "Eating sushi tonight. yum." "Boss is keeping me late at work. Grr." Whose life is so important that we'd be interested in this kind of detail?
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