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GeoFeedia Is Just The Tip Of The Iceberg: The Era Of Social Surveillence

While the popular press has portrayed GeoFeedia as an outlier, the truth is that law enforcement and intelligence use of social media for surveillance is deeply entrenched in today’s social world
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