University Police use the “Library of Harm” to flag students words

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
By Paul Martin
Mar 20 2018

It seems like not a day goes by, where law enforcement isn’t inventing new ways to spy on Americans.

According to a recent article in the Daily Progress, the University of Virginia Police Department is using a company called Social Sentinel (SS) to spy on college students and faculty Tweets etc.

“Legal experts say they’re concerned about privacy and creating a surveillance state, but police say the program is just one more tool in the race to stay on top of online threats and messages.”

To mask the real purpose behind spying on students and faculty, university police are calling their new spying officer the ‘community service and crime prevention coordinator’.

Perhaps they should call what it really is; the social media spying coordinator.

How do police know which social media words to look for?

The answer is very disturbing.

“Library of Harm” flags keywords

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