Oct 11, 2016

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram sent feeds that helped police track minorities in Ferguson and Baltimore, ACLU says - The Washington Post

A powerful surveillance program that police used for tracking racially charged protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Mo. relied on special feeds of user data provided by Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, according to an ACLU blog post published Tuesday. The companies reportedly provided the data — often including the locations of users — to Geofeedia, a Chicago-based company that analyzes social...

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