Steve July 19, 2022

More than 6,100 pages of location records reviewed by the ACLU contain about 336,000 location points obtained from people’s phones., (NewsNation) — The Department of Homeland Security spent millions to buy cellphone location information from companies without getting warrants, a new report from the American Civil Liberties Union found. Published Monday, the ACLU’s report shows that the Department of Homeland Security, including Customs and Border Protection and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, bought access to cellphone location information from citizens’ and migrants’ smartphone apps. This information was aggregated and sold by,

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