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The FBI is to use automated scanners to monitor people’s posts on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, it has emerged this week – and privacy campaigners have described it as an attack on free speech.The agency is looking for companies to build it software that will scan social networks for ‘danger’ words – and agents will respond to ‘breaking news, incidents and emerging threats’. The FBI started to follow Simpson in 2006 “because of his radical leanings.” They sent an informant to Simpson’s mosque where they found out about his sympathetic nature towards al-Shabaab.
The Bureau is asking companies to build software that can effectively scan social media online for significant words, phrases and behavior so that agents can respond.
The FBI just announced plans to ramp up their social media monitoring, data mining, and analysis. The Department of Homeland Security claimed earlier this month that “information posted to social media websites is publicly accessible and voluntarily generated.

Earlier this month the bureau posted a Request for Information (RFI) from potential vendors for a powerful, custom-designed social media monitoring app. However, the most worrying thing isn't that the FBI wants to scrape social media data from terrorists' Twitter feeds, it's that they don't already have a dashboard with these capabilities.In the RFI, the FBI described their dream software suite in terms that would chill most privacy activists.
Various departments at the bureau (cybercrime, anti-terrorism, etc.) would be able to create specific social media and search engine alerts that would be keyed to a Google Maps-style geospatial map.
The new FBI application will be able to automatically highlight the most relevant information. These purchases are intended to get around provisions largely prohibiting the FBI from spying or intelligence-gathering on domestic targets without warrants or due suspicion.

In 2007, it was revealed that the FBI even data mined Middle Eastern grocery store sales records; the FBI would not disclose if any arrests occurred due to their monitoring of ethnic food stores. Apart from tracking down suspected terrorists, it's believed the FBI mined bulk data in search of, among other crimes, credit card fraud and car theft.The fact that the FBI is even searching for a social media monitoring dashboard, however, is puzzling.

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