Sep 152018
 September 15, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Max Larkin reports:

On Thursday evening, the Massachusetts State Police took to social media to share the extent of the gas emergency spreading across the Merrimack Valley.

But in so doing, they also shared the bookmarks bar at the top of the browser window — with some surprising entries.

The bookmarks raised more than a few eyebrows on Twitter, since they included the virtual meeting-places of several activist groups. Some activists felt it offered proof the police conduct unwarranted surveillance, particularly of organizations on the political left.

Read more on WBUR.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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