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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Facebook now prohibits companies and organizations from using its services for surveillance

A new update to its policies on both Facebook and Instagram prohibits developers from using "data obtained from users to provide tools that are used for surveillance". The latest policy change comes on the heels of investigations from the ACLU, which found social media monitoring companies sold their services to law enforcement, who targeted individuals through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Social media surveillance is a growing concern, especially among people who use Facebook and Twitter for activism.

Law enforcement agencies rely on social media tools to track and monitor citizens. According to a study from the Brennan Center for Justice, 156 jurisdictions have spent a total of almost $6 million on these tools since 2010. And the public largely has no idea how they're being used.

In a blog post announcing its new policies, Facebook says it's already taken action against developers who used its platform for surveillance. Geofeedia, for instance, was cut off from Facebook following the ACLU investigation.

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Now people can be assured of some sort of privacy when they use these social media platforms.
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Anonymous said...

It is a slippery slope kind of situation, what about group like Isis that uses social media platforms to recruit?

Anonymous said...

Good..afterall it's a social site not a HR tool to monitor employees speech and life.

chigozirim Ogbonnaya said...

Good.. cos they over step their privilege

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