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    2. Why did Twitter suspend Geofeedia over ACLU surveillance report?

      Why did Twitter suspend Geofeedia over ACLU surveillance report?
      ...olice Auditor Walter Katz, whose office investigates complaints lodged against the city's officers, tells The Christian Science Monitor. San Jose police hired Geofeedia – which describes itself as a "location-based analy...
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  2. About Christian Science Monitor

    The Christian Science Monitor (CSM) is an international newspaper published daily, Monday through Friday. Started in 1908 by Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Church of Christ, Scientist, the paper does not usually use wire services and instead relies largely on its own reporters in bureaus in nineteen countries around the world.

    Despite the name, the CSM is a newspaper that covers current events around the world. The paper professes that its purpose is not an attempt to evangelize. With the exception of a daily religious feature on the [http://www.csmonitor.com/homeforum The Home Forum] page, the content represents international and United States news.

    As of 2005, the print circulation is reported to be 71,000 but has a much larger online readership.