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D.C. police demand Facebook hand over data on Trump protesters

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Black bloc participants smash corporate property in Washington, DC, during Trump’s presidential inauguration on Jan 20, 2017.

The D.C. police department subpoenaed Facebook for information regarding several protesters arrested while demonstrating against the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Jan. 20. Read the rest of this entry

How North Dakota police used Facebook to issue warrants for #NoDAPL water protectors

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Kyle Thompson on right with rifle is confronted by camp security and warriors, three of whom now face charges. A good example of why warriors should wear masks…

by Jorge Barrera, APTN National News, December 1, 2016

North Dakota authorities used Facebook posts and video to issue arrest warrants for three men to face charges in connection with a confrontation between anti-Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) demonstrators and an armed security contractor working for the pipeline company. Read the rest of this entry

Police surveillance and tracking of your cell phone

Cell phone surveillanceThis article addresses the police use of new technologies to monitor and track the movements of people using cell phones or smart phones.  It highlights the vulnerabilities of such phones, especially for those that may be subject to surveillance (such as warriors).  Although the article does not go into other techniques, it is well known that such devices can also be turned into active listening devices even when turned off (by police or intelligence agencies secretly downloading “spyware” onto your phone, for example).  Read the rest of this entry

Security and Counter-Surveillance Manual

Security CounterSurveillance

A 20 page, 8×11 PDF Security and Counter-Surveillance Manual, updated in 2009.  Feel free to download and distribute in your area.