The world's most popular social networking sites certainly have changed over the years, and they'll undoubtedly continue to change as time moves forward.
Old social networks will die, popular ones will stick around as they're forced to evolve, and brand new ones will appear (just watch out for fake news sites!
In July 2015, Tyga was sued by a different landlord for falling behind on $50,000 worth of rent at another Calabasas house. In September 2015, the state of California hit Tyga with a bill for $19,000 worth of unpaid taxes.
A year earlier, the IRS hit Tyga with a $120,000 unpaid tax bill.
Given that there’s no reason prosecutors can’t or won’t mine these sites for character evidence, technology is in essence handing these defendants a noose to hang themselves with.