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We Don’t Want to Put in an Algorithm to Surveil People 24/7: Parler Chief Policy Officer

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We Don’t Want to Put in an Algorithm to Surveil People 24/7: Parler Chief Policy Officer

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Parler Chief Policy Officer Amy Peikoff said on Tuesday that their company doesn’t want to follow other tech giant companies in implementing an algorithm to surveil people around clock, stating that such a practice goes against the Fourth Amendment. “So on Parler, our disagreement was that we did not want to put in an algorithm that would subject everybody on the entire platform to 24/7 surveillance. We wanted to handle this content in a way that respected the privacy of people and that’s where we are disagreeing now.” Peikoff told Sean Hannity of Fox News on Jan. 12.  “We believe that innocent people about whom you have no particularized suspicion should not be surveilled. That’s the principle of the Fourth Amendment of our Constitution.” Pickoff told Newsmax the same day. Parler is an emerging social platform that grew exponentially after Twitter, Facebook, and other social media permanently closed the accounts of President …

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