Dec 172015
 
 December 17, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Over on TechDirt, Time Cushing writes:

It’s a lower-level decision but it still means something. Well, a couple of somethings. First off, it appears Connecticut law enforcement probably shouldn’t continue seeking “live” cell site location information without a warrant. It also appears the law enforcement agency involved doesn’t have access to a cell site simulator (Stingray, etc.).

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