Nuggeting sources

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–          “By the New York Times’ count [3], cellphone companies responded to 1.3 million demands for subscribers’ information last year from law enforcement”

–          “when seeking location information, law enforcement agencies frequently ask for “tower dumps,” which list every phone in range of a cell tower at a particular time.”

–          There is not an exact number on how many cell phones full records are in the hands of the government but estimates liken it to far more than just millions

–          In order for police to get wiretaps and real time location tracking they need a warrant, however in order to get the location data already recorded they only need to prove the reasonable cause

–          When they plan on getting one persons information they accumulate in one mass seizure from all cellphones surrounding, which means your records can be stored even if you werent suspected of any crime

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