Criminal - Cell Phone Tracking Kept Private
The U.S. Justice Department says the government should not be forced to publicly disclose information about criminal cases involving mobile phone tracking in which the defendant was acquitted or the case was dismissed. The government's position was outlined in a public records suit the American Civil Liberties Union and Electronic Frontier Foundation filed in Washington's federal trial court. The ACLU and EFF are reviewing cases in which federal agents used mobile phone tracking to follow suspects.
CITING PRIVACY, DOJ WANTS CELL PHONE TRACKING RECORD KEPT SECRET
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