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Privacy Security United States The Courts Your Rights Online

Despite Controversy, Federal Wiretaps On the Rise 149

Posted by timothy
from the most-transparent-administration-ever dept.
coondoggie writes with a report that "Federal and state requests for court permission to intercept or wiretap electronic communications increased 34% in 2010 over 2009 with California, New York, and New Jersey accounting for 68% of all wire taps approved by state judges. According to the 2010 Wiretap Report, released today by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC) the most frequently noted location in wiretap requests was 'portable device,' a category that includes cellular telephones and digital pagers."
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Despite Controversy, Federal Wiretaps On the Rise

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