Twitter cuts ties with another social media surveillance company

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Twitter continues to sever its ties with social media monitoring companies that provide information to law enforcement. 

The company confirmed to Mashable on Thursday that it recently ended its relationship with Snaptrends.

The confirmation comes one week after Twitter publicly confirmed it had cut off another surveillance company’s access to data it was marketing to law enforcement.

Based on information in the @ACLU‘s report, we are immediately suspending @Geofeedia‘s commercial access to Twitter data.

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