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2013: How Police & Social Media Work Together To Spy On You

By Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism At a recent meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) outlined how necessary social media is to the investigative and case-building process. The IACP asserts that “social media is a valuable investigative tool when seeking evidence or information about individuals or cases including missing persons, wanted persons, gang participation and recruitment, and crimes perpetrated online such as cyberbullying or identity theft.” Workshops are offered by the IACP to train officers in utilizing “social media for intelligence and investigative activities.” Using the Boston Marathon Bombing as an example of the necessity for social media in conjunction with “crisis management plans” it is encouraged that this becomes an integral part of… Read More