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Chicago data company under scrutiny for ties to police surveillance

CHICAGO — A local data services company that provides police with a way to keep tabs on social media users is itself under scrutiny due to a report from the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU announced Tuesday that it has obtained public records showing that Twitter, Facebook and Instagram provided Chicago-based Geofeedia with special access to their user data. Geofeedia analyzed the
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