Ontario company's social media surveillance
Air Date: Jan 19, 2017 12:00 AM ET
An Ontario company has been thrown off Twitter for selling software to police that allows the authorities to track activist groups and peaceful protesters. Matt Galloway spoke about it with Jesse Hirsh.
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