How to Spy on Cell Phones in just Two Easy Steps

Julian —  11. June 2014 — Leave a comment

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U.S. Marshals Seize Cops’ Spying Records to Keep Them From the ACLU

1. use a simple NDA to annul the US constitution:

(…) Recently, the Tallahassee police department revealed it had used stingrays (Note: IMSI catcher, a cellphone spying device) at least 200 times since 2010 without telling any judge because the device’s manufacturer made the police department sign a non-disclosure agreement that police claim prevented them from disclosing use of the device to the courts. (…)

2. and then a proven method from the wild wild west to disguise it:

(…) In the Sarasota case, the U.S. Marshals Service claimed it owned the records Sarasota police offered to the ACLU because it had deputized the detective in the case, making all documentation in the case federal property. Before the ACLU could view the documents Sarasota had put aside for them, the agency dispatched a marshal from its office in Tampa to seize the records and move them to an undisclosed location.(…)

Done.

(Picture CC from Jason Tester Guerrilla Futures)

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