Monday, December 1, 2014

Police Cell Phone Tracking Scrutinized

"...Superior Court Judge Robert Bell told the Observer he believes recent media coverage will prompt local judges to ask police when they plan to use a surveillance device, commonly called a StingRay, that law enforcement and the federal government have fought to shield from public view. It mimics a cellphone tower and collects phone data from both crime suspects and innocent people..."


  Sneaky SOBs! This is as bad as wire tapping. Why aren't warrants required? Watch what you say. Big Brother is listening!

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