Title says it all really. I love the NDA's. "What a tangled web we weave when we first practice to deceive." Probably misquoted. The joys of parallel construction vis-a-vis constitutional rights.
Defense attorneys in Baltimore, US, are planning to reexamine 2,000 police arrests made with the assistance of Stingray – the cellphone surveillance equipment that identifies and logs mobile device owners within range. A group of lawyers including the city's public defender want to get a closer look at whether they can …
A rather facile comment. Most of the people that work on these cases are doing it because they believe in their avocation and this point-of-view.
While I am one of the first to jump on the pecuniary aspect of any effort, I do think that these advocates are doing it for the purpose of the common good. Of course, presenting a good argument is a great portfolio booster. Kudos.
Yes, and all done over and above a caseload from Hell at least for the PD. Might be useful to see if this effort does donations. Stingray without warrants is definitely unconstitutional in that funny document I swore to protect and defend. Wish a pint in their direction.
Unfortunately, they'll be digging in no further than 10% into those crates of paper by the time the use of Stingrays by law enforcement will be made perfectly legal (retroactively, natch). Someone needs to stop all that vile paedoterror after all!
"Unfortunately, they'll be digging in no further than 10% into those crates of paper by the time the use of Stingrays by law enforcement will be made perfectly legal (retroactively, natch). "
Maybe not. After all, the judges so far seem pretty unsympathetic and troubled that the use of this technology was concealed from the court.
At the bottom of page we see this:
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And some people think that A.I. is ready to start driving around the 'Magic Roundabout' in Swindon.
is that some US police forces have paid over $100K for the imsi-catcher, whilst in a lab we were able to get a repurposed eBay USB-TV RTL-SDR receiver ($10) running FLOS to do a quite similar job.
remember that USA is switching OFF 2G in Washington area soon. . . that's a reasonable security response to the ease & low cost for 2G intercept nowadays, and a hint to the ongoing threats
of course, this endemic security threat to GSM only exists in North America?
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