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View Diary: NYT Lead: U.S. Law Enforcement Made 1.3 Million+ Surveillance Requests Of Cell Carriers In 2011 (42 comments)

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  •  A big question would be, (8+ / 0-)

    how much of this is done through what is called, in formal legal terms,

    with wireless carriers turning over records thousands of times a day in response to police emergencies, court orders, law enforcement subpoenas and other requests.
    other requests?
    •  "Other requests" = "they asked nicely, and we (2+ / 0-)
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      Don midwest, Garrett

      didn't bother asking for a warrant or subpoena". Yeah, I suspect that happens a lot.

      Non enim propter gloriam, diuicias aut honores pugnamus set propter libertatem solummodo quam Nemo bonus nisi simul cum vita amittit. -Declaration of Arbroath

      by Robobagpiper on Mon Jul 09, 2012 at 06:16:29 AM PDT

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