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ACLU: Facebook, Instagram, And Twitter Provided Data Access To Surveillance Company Used By Police To Track Protesters

To the credit of these companies, the ACLU privately reported its findings to them, and all three have curtailed data access relationships with Geofeedia. [ more › ]
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