Post Profile






The Real News: Law Enforcement Might Be Sweeping Up Your Private Data Without a Warrant

'Several US Senators wrote to the FCC Commissioner expressing concerns over the use of Stingray devices in communities of color and whether police are operating it lawfully.' -- +The Real News Network
read more

share

Related Posts


Swell

Issues & Causes / Feminism : Shakesville

From the Wall Street Journal article, "Stingray Phone Tracker Fuels Constitutional Clash": "Stingrays are one of several new technologies used by law enforcement to track people's locations, often without a search warrant."Funny how...

NY Federal Judge: Law Enforcement Can't Use Cellphone Interceptors Without A Warrant

United States / New York : Gothamist

A New York federal judge has suppressed evidence obtained without a warrant by DEA agents using a Stingray, a cellphone-tower-spoofing device that allows law enforcement to pinpoint cellphone users' locations, and can be used to int...

Police Tell Courts Non-Disclosure Agreement Prevents Them From Getting A Warrant For Cell Phone Tower Spoofers

Industries / Law : Techdirt

As we've noted before, several law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, have been deploying "stingray" devices (devices that mimic cell towers) for years, using them to collect data on thousands of cell phone owners. Almost ever...

New Bill Would Make Local and State Law Enforcers Get a Warrant to Use Stingrays

Technology : Slate: Technology

Federal lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would require state and local law enforcement agencies to obtain a warrant before they could use stingray surveillance devices. The Cell-Site Simulator Act of 2015, also known as the...

Senators introduce bill to rein-in law enforcement use of location data

Technology : Pando Daily

Numerous senators from around the country have (re-)presented a bill which would require law enforcement to obtain warrants before gathering location information from phones, GPS devices, and the “stingrays” which mimic cell towers ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC