April 16, 2011 Surveillance
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan urged the Michigan State Police (MSP) this week to release information regarding the use of certain portable devices which can be used to secretly extract personal information from cell phones during routine stops. For nearly three years, the ACLU has repeatedly asked for this information through dozens of Freedom of Information Act requests, but to date it has not been provided.
Read more on The Arab American.
ACLU’s press release can be found on the ACLU’s web site, with a copy of their letter to the Michigan State Police.
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