How far should police go in monitoring social media?
Emails recently released by Gov. Rick Snyder's office indicated that Michigan State Police were aware that a Copper City man made a potentially threatening Facebook post against Snyder over the Flint water crisis.
The Flint Journal reports that a state police senior intelligence analyst alerted commanders about the post. The man who wrote the post was on probation after being involved in a 12-hour armed standoff with police.
There was an effort to charge the man with violating his probation, but a judge ultimately decided not to move ahead with the violation.
Rachel Levinson-Waldman is senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. Levinson-Waldman joins us to talk about security, privacy, and surveillance in the age of social media.