September 17, 2014 Business, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.
Nathan Freed Wessler writes:
New documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California appear to show the Florida-based Harris Corporation misleading the Federal Communications Commission while seeking authorization to sell its line of Stingray cell phone surveillance gear to state and local police. The documents raise the possibility that federal regulatory approval of the technology was based on bad information. The ACLU today wrote a letter to the FCC asking for an investigation.
Read more on ACLU’s blog.
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