Oct 11, 2016

ACLU Exposes "1984-Style" Police Surveillance On Twitter, Facebook | Zero Hedge

Just when you thought it was safe to selfie you latest WalMart-looting or molotov-cocktail-throwing night out, think again. According to the ACLU, law enforcement officials implemented a far-reaching surveillance program to track protesters in both Ferguson and Baltimore during their recent uprisings and relied on special feeds of user data provided by three top social media companies: Twitter...

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