Apr 072018
 April 7, 2018  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports:

The Department of Homeland Security wants to track the comings and going of journalists, bloggers and other “media influencers” through a database.

The DHS’s “Media Monitoring” plan, which was first reported by FedBizOpps.gov, would give the contracting company “24/7 access to a password protected, media influencer database, including journalists, editors, correspondents, social media influencers, bloggers etc.” in order to “identify any and all media coverage related to the Department of Homeland Security or a particular event.”

Read more on the Sun-Times.

Well, I’d never be on that database because I never blog about DHS or any particular events at all, ever, right, and of course, even Google doesn’t take me seriously. So this may work out okay for me for a change.  Maybe.

h/t, Joe Cadillic.

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