March 3, 2015 Surveillance, U.S.
Kim Zetter reports:
For years the government has kept mum about its use of a powerful phone surveillance technology known as a stingray.
The Justice Department and local law enforcement agencies insist that the only reason for their secrecy is to prevent suspects from learning how the devices work and devising methods to thwart them.
But a court filing recently uncovered by the ACLU suggests another reason for the secrecy: the fact that stingrays can disrupt cellular service for any phone in their vicinity—not just targeted phones—as well as any other mobile devices that use the same cellular network for connectivity as the targeted phone.
Read more on Wired.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.
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