Is the online surveillance of black teenagers the new stop-and-frisk? Apr 242015 April 24, 2015 Online, Surveillance, Youth & Schools Rose Hackman reports: Critics say the NYPD’s trawling of social media for gang activity – affecting children as young as 10 – is disproportionate and may amount to racial profiling. Read more on Raw Story. Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link. Related Posts:NYPD Stopped and Frisked Record Number of Innocent…NYPD officers accessed Black Lives Matter…Appeals court clears way for N.Y. police…NY: Stores adopt ‘Customers’ Bill of Rights’ after…Israeli Lawmakers Approve New Stop and Frisk Laws Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.