Todays News 10/2/16

  • Police are using a service named Geofeedia to monitor the movements of citizens. In Seattle, this was done secretly and illegally. Geofeedia uses information collected from social media to track peoples movements. [Link] Police Fyle
  • An Alaska woman is facing 54 years in prison after operating a marijuana club in the state. Recreational use of marijuana was legal while the club was being operated. [Link] War On Drugs Fyle
  • Mexican drug lord El Chapo’s sons are suspected of being behind an attack that freed a criminals and killed 5 Mexican government soldiers. [Link] War On Drugs Fyle
  • Chick-fil-A held a voter registration drive in Florida. This has upset Florida Democrats who call the drive “disrespectful.” [Link] 2016 Fyle
  • Victims of 9/11 and their lawyers rush to file lawsuits against Saudi Arabia before Congress changes the law that was passed earlier this week. [Link] Saudi Arabia Fyle
  • After Aleppo hospitals have been hit with cluster and barrel bombs, only 6 hospitals remain operational in the rebel held area of the city. [Link] Syria Fyle
  • 2,381 people were killed in Iraq in September. 438 of those deaths were civilians. [Link] Iraq Fyle

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