US start-up Geofeedia 'allowed police to track protesters'

US start-up Geofeedia 'allowed police to track protesters'
 

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have revoked access to their data to an analytics firm accused of selling information that allowed US police to track activists and protesters.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said Chicago-based Geofeedia had allowed police to "sneak in through a side door" to monitor protests.
Geofeedia said it was committed to the principles of personal privacy.
It comes amid growing concern about government access to social media.
ACLU said Geofeedia had been marketing its services to police agencies to help track activists using location data and... read more

 
12 October 2016 in World News, Views: 51
Source: BBC
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