Law Enforcement Cell Phone Tracking Rampant
Eric Lichtblau in the New York Times writes about a report from cell phone carriers in response to a Congressional Inquiry about law enforcement requests cell phone tracking warrants, subpoena and informal requests.
The report was received by Co-Chairs of the Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Committe., as a response to a letter written In March, 2012 to AT&T asking for information.
The reports notes a huge upswing in use of cell-phone surveillance.Even some members of Congress were suprised. [More...]
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