Cell site simulators, AKA “stingrays,” essentially spoof cell phone towers, tricking any device within range into connecting to the device instead of the tower, allowing law enforcement to sweep up communications content, as well as locate and track the person in possession of a specific phone or other electronic device.
From an outright ban to warrant requirements, Michael Boldin (follow) reports on eight states (and counting) that are considering legislation to take on this unconstitutional surveillance tool.
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