MN: Constituents of City Council Member had their details tweeted by Council Member
Kate Raddatz reports:
A Minneapolis City Council member is under fire for a series of tweets she posted online after attending the Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America this week.
The tweets published personal information of constituents who criticized her involvement in the protest.
Councilmember Alondra Cano, who represents Ward 9, tweeted out screen shots of what several constituents emailed her via the city’s public contact forum.
Apparently her tweets included their names, postal and e-mail addresses, and their comments.
Read more on CBS, while I ponder why Twitter didn’t suspend her account for posting personal information, in violation of their policies.