Dec 162016
 December 16, 2016  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Online, Surveillance

Nicole Ozer writes:

As of this week, Twitter has made sure that federally funded fusion centers can no longer use a powerful social media monitoring tool to spy on users. After the ACLU of California discovered the domestic spy centers had access to this tool, provided by Dataminr (a company partly owned by Twitter), Dataminr was forced to comply with Twitter’s clear rule prohibiting use of data for surveillance.

Read more on ACLU.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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