Sam Levin

Reporter, The Guardian

Reporter for The Guardian

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The department added “social media accounts” as a line on the physical field interview cards in 2015, according to a memo from former LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.

LAPD is collecting social media info from civilians they stop. Some worry it’s mass surveillance

The department added “social media accounts” as a line on the physical field interview cards in 2015, according to a memo from former LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.

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