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Surveillance Case May Reveal FBI Cellphone Tracking Techniques 57

Posted by timothy
from the public-records-act dept.
glittermage writes "The WSJ reports on an ongoing case about alleged 'Hacker' Daniel David Rigmaiden, regarding the government's tools used to track mobile devices with or without a warrant. The judge may allow Daniel to defend himself against the government's claims by putting the technology into the light. Sounds good to me."
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