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+ - FBI Responds Uselessly to ACLU GPS Tracking Complaint->

Submitted by Nerdolicious
Nerdolicious (2792821) writes "Ars Technica reports that the ACLU has received a response from the FBI after a formal legal complaint was filed to release documents related to warrantless GPS tracking data. But, as you can see from the two memos the ACLU posted to its website, they have unsurprisingly been redacted to uselessness, consisting almost entirely of large black blocks covering full pages."
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FBI Responds Uselessly to ACLU GPS Tracking Complaint

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