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December 31, 2015 3:03 PM

ACLU slams Fresno police for testing social media surveillance software

Fresno police tested programs including Geofeedia, LifeRaft and Media Sonar last year

ACLU says public should know when potentially invasive programs are tried

Department says programs are to help track violent crime, not monitor protest groups

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