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ACLU: US police tracked protesters using data from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

It can be fun to tag people in your photos and status updates on social media, and sharing hashtags and your location in posts can make them easier to find. But you might think otherwise after reading what the American Civil Liberties Union has to say about your data. The ACLU of Northern California said that it obtained records pointing to data from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter being used by US police to track protesters across the country.
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