Oct 292012
 October 29, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Just because you have the technology, it doesn’t mean you should use it.

Kent Police is under investigation over claims it is storing personal information on everyone arrested, even if no charges are brought.

The force is said to be one of six in England and Wales that uses special software to “interrogate” private mobile phones belonging to members of the public.

Details harvested can include calls and messages sent and received, internet activity, photographs and personal memos.

Read more on Kent and Sussex Courier.

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