Rights Advocates Alarmed by US Spy Agency’s Purchase of Warrantless Phone Location Data
Digital rights advocates reacted with alarm to a report published Friday detailing how Defense Intelligence Agency analysts in recent years bought databases of U.S. smartphone location data without first obtaining warrants. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is part of the Department of Defense and is tasked with informing military and civilian policymakers about the activities … Continue reading “Rights Advocates Alarmed by US Spy Agency’s Purchase of Warrantless Phone Location Data”
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