The bureau has announced that it’s going to increase social media monitoring of “persons of interest”.
Palantir’s founder is Peter Thiel, a supporter of President Donald Trump.
The proposed law is stricter than both European privacy laws and California’s proposed law.
Many have wondered why those who are most censored online weren’t invited to a recent Social Media Summit.
Users are shocked at Twitter’s stance against free speech.
UK’s National Union of Journalists criticized it by saying that reporting about unlawful surveillance was in the public interest.
The report suggests that US surveillance tech is being put to bad use in the Middle East and North Africa.
The new laws have a good chance of being passed on Congress.
Getting people used to free public Wi-Fi opens them up to the dangers of hidden private honeypot networks.
Google’s decision means it can now ban ANY app that features what it deems to be user generated content if it decides that content is “objectionable.”