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Daily Dashboard | Minneapolis police file geofence warrant to identify protestors Related reading: US House subcommittee kicks off draft American Privacy Rights Act consideration



Police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, filed a geofence warrant following racial protests that turned violent last May, ordering Google to provide “anonymized” data of account holders in the area, TechCrunch reports. Critics said geofence warrants gather information of innocent individuals, like Said Abdullahi who received an email from Google stating his information was being given to police, but Abdullahi said he was videotaping the protests and had no part in the violence. “Police assumed everybody in that area that day is guilty,” he said.
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