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NYT: Data sharing service helps law enforcement track any cellphone in seconds

7 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

A company called Securus Technologies provides prisoners in jails and prisons with phone service, and also monitors those calls. It also sells its services to law enforcement. So how does that affect you? According to a report in the New York Times, an ex-sheriff in Mississippi County, Mo. used Securus to track cellphones belonging to those not incarcerated, including those belonging to his officers. And he was able to do this legally, without having to obtain any warrants.
Charges have been filed in both state and federal court against the former sheriff, Cory Hutcheson. The ...
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