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Cell Phone Tracking and Civil Rights — ACLU vs. Spies

NYTimes reports that "Law enforcement tracking of cellphones is a convenient surveillance tool in many situations, but it is unclear if using such technology without a warrant violates the Constitution."

Really? What’s unclear about it? Good lord. Read ACLU report:

It is one thing for bloggers to post their every move on a personal blog — it is quite another for police or any agency to spy on your whereabouts without a warrant. It’s happening now. 

Again: link to ACLU.

Anita Thompson

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