Wednesday, April 20, 2011

ACLU: Michigan cops stealing drivers' phone data

Speaking of valid legal processes there is something about Michigan State Police using a device from a company called Cellebrite to extract data from cell phones during routine traffic stops that seems neither valid nor legal. The ACLU wants to find out what is really going on, but the MSP is demanding half a million dollars to give forth the information under the Freedom of Information Act. So it seems what goes in doesn't come out without large amounts of money flowing into MSP coffers. It will be interesting to see how this unfolds.

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