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6/6/2014
11:43 AM
David F Carr
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Secret Service Seeks Social Signals: Inside The RFP

Social media analytics RFP seeks to sort serious from sarcastic threats against government officials.

(Image: Flickr, Ian McKellar)
(Image: Flickr, Ian McKellar)

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6/6/2014 | 5:59:10 PM
New & Improved Sarcasm completely free!
Another money pit of worthless, anti-free speech surveillance from the tyrannical federal government.  Maybe the SS can hire the dregs rejected from TSA employment to do the sarcasm monitoring on social media since it's batting a thousand with regard to catching those damnable terrarists.

...do you smell that?  Don't look now but you just stepped in a giant, steaming pile of sarcasm.
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