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Old 10-25-2013, 15:43   #1
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RollingStone: Meet The Companies Helping Police Spy On Protestors

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics...sters-20131024

Federal agencies shouldn't be the only ones with homeland security industrial complex tools to spy on dissenters. Local police can employ contractors to datamine public and commercial sources "to identify both online and physical world activist leaders and collect information about them". They shouldn't have to worry about "triggering limiting court cases". They should be able to "Avoid the warrant standard" when doing any of the gray to dirty police intelligence work of the civil rights era and decades past. Let's make it all 21st century. Heck, there are probably federal grants to get into it.

Scary open carry rally? See who's talking on Glocktalk and other pro 2nd amendment boards and track them all over the net. See what kind of cool guns they have.

Someone post a police corruption/abuse video that is sending a bunch of nutters into online rants and it might draw media attention? Find out what you need to know.

Like Rubio says it's all good and everybody spies on everybody.

Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics...#ixzz2ilvOa7GC
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