Brookings Institution: How to reform police monitoring of social media

Brookings Institution: How to reform police monitoring of social media. “From protests to public housing, social media monitoring raises civil liberties and civil rights concerns that are currently going unaddressed. Establishing a framework that balances public safety and the right to privacy, free expression, and equal protection under the law requires updates to our existing regulatory controls.”

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