Sep 152014
 
 September 15, 2014  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

David Lee reports:

An Oklahoma sheriff refuses to hand over records of a secret, illegal Internet database that tracks activities of thousands of citizens who have never been charged with a crime, the ACLU of Oklahoma claims in court.

The ACLU sued Logan County Sheriff Jim Bauman in Logan County Court on Sept. 11, seeking records from the “Black Asphalt” database. Logan County is just north of Oklahoma City. Its seat is Guthrie.

The system was created by Joe David, the founder of Guthrie-based Desert Snow LLC, the ACLU says.

Read more on Courthouse News.

The ACLU of Oklahoma describes the case on their site, here.

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