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Agents reportedly blocked by secret US policy from looking at social media of visa applicants

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A secret U.S. policy that prohibits immigration officials from reviewing the social media messages of foreign citizens applying for U.S. visas was reportedly kept in place over fears of a civil liberties backlash and “bad public relations.”

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson refused in early 2014 to end the policy, even though several other officials in the organization pressed for such a policy change, ABC News reported Monday.

John Cohen, a former acting under-secretary at the Department of Homeland Security and currently a national security consultant for ABC News, said he pushed for a change in 2014 that would allow a review of social media messages posted publically as terror group followers increasingly turned to Twitter and Facebook.
 

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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/12/14/agents-reportedly-blocked-by-secret-us-policy-from-looking-at-social-media-visa-applicants.html?intcmp=trending

They can spy on every aspect of our lives but can't do shit to stop a terrorist attack for fear of invading their privacy and bad pr. wtf!. lmao

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Idiocy. Did you catch the blip that "from reviewing the social media messages of all foreign citizens applying for U.S. visas"!?!?!? So it's all god to look at OUR social media? :picard-facepalm:

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