Apr 202011
 April 20, 2011  Posted by  Surveillance

Bob Sullivan reports on the device that is the subject of a freedom of information case in Michigan between the ACLU and the Michigan State Police:

The “Universal Forensic Extraction Device” sounds like the perfect cell phone snooping gadget.

Its maker, Israel-based Cellbrite, says it can copy all the content in a cell phone — including contacts, text messages, call history, and pictures — within a few minutes. Even deleted texts and other data can be restored by UFED 2.0, the latest version of the product, it says.

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