Feb 152014
 February 15, 2014  Posted by  Featured News, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Robert Gehrke reports:

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has discontinued his office’s use of administrative subpoenas, a controversial law-enforcement tool that lets investigators gather certain Internet or cellphone records without getting a warrant, raising serious privacy concerns.

Instead, investigators in the attorney general’s office are now required to go to a judge and get an order allowing them to obtain the information they are seeking.

Read more on Salt Lake Tribune.

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