Cranston, Rhode Island claims mayor’s Twitter account “not associated” with city City denies request for @MayorFung’s block list on grounds its a personal account, renewing debate regarding public access to the social media of elected officials.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a handful of bills this week including new legislation that increases transparency within local jurisdictions in California. In addition to the two new laws we wrote about earlier this week SB-978 was signed, which requires law enforcement agencies to publish their “training, policies, practices, and operating procedures.”
In the summer of 2017, the Chicago Police Department did something on social media that would usually be unremarkable: it changed its profile picture.
Chicago Police Department can’t use blanket “investigatory techniques” exemption to deny records regarding controversial social media surveillance technology
Chicago Police Department can’t use blanket “investigatory techniques” exemption to deny records regarding controversial social media surveillance technology according to a recent appeal determination by the Illinois Assistant Attorney General.
Chicago Police Department coaches officers on how to avoid the same social media surveillance they themselves employ
How do police officers lockdown their online presence? A document released by the Chicago Police Department to Lucy Parsons Labs provides clues.