Apr 142016
 April 14, 2016  Posted by  Online, Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

I tweeted this one yesterday, but Joe Cadillic gently points out to me that I never posted it here. Let’s fix that.

Jack Moore reports:

The Office of Personnel Management is preparing for a pilot program to automatically track public social media postings of people applying for security clearances.

OPM is conducting market research to find companies that can perform automated social media tracking and other types of Web crawling as part of the background investigation process, according to an April 8 request for informationposted online. Responses from interested companies are due by April 15.

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