Jan 172017
 
 January 17, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Elyssa Cherney reports:

Chicago attorney on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Chicago Police Department’s use of a secret cellphone tracking system, arguing the practice should require a warrant and violates individual privacy.

Jerry Boyle, who is also a longtime volunteer for the National Lawyers Guild, brought the case after police intercepted information from his cellphone at a Black Lives Matter protest for Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2015 on the West Side, according to the lawsuit.

Read more on Chicago Tribune.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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