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Treasury Watchdog Warns of Government’s Use of Cellphone Data Without Warrants

Por: The Wall Street Journal Tech February 23, 2021

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WASHINGTON—A new Treasury Department watchdog report warns that law-enforcement agencies may not be on firm legal footing when they use without obtaining a warrant first. In a review of the Internal Revenue Service’s use of a commercial platform that allowed the agency to track cellphones, the that a landmark 2018 Supreme Court case might preclude the warrantless tracking of criminal suspects through location data generated by weather, game... + full article



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