Monday, April 4, 2016

Cops Need Warrant to Use Faux Tower Devices, Rules Maryland Appeals Court

It’s bad news for police and potentially good news for an estimated 200 people being held in the “Free State’s” prison system based on evidence police gathered with the help of a powerful cell phone tracking tool – the Stingray — that a state court has now ruled was used illegally, according to USA Today. On March 30, a three-judge panel on Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals wrote “Cell phone users have an objectively reasonable expectation that their cell phones will not be used as real-time tracking devices, through the direct and active interference of law enforcement.”
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