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What we still don't know about how police are monitoring your cell phone:
What We Still Don’t Know About Cellphone Surveillance
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total b.s. and wicked unconstitutional
Good question, Alan. Not necessarily--  lots of police requests for cell phone data are kept secret even if the user is not suspected of any crime. That makes sense in a criminal investigation because police don't want to tip off a possible suspect that they're gathering the information. But tens of thousands of court orders for various kinds of cellphone surveillance filed under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act remain secret even after investigations are completed.
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