The Maryland Special Court of Appeals, the state's second-highest court, on Wednesday issued a landmark opinion explaining an earlier ruling that police must obtain search warrants before using the controversial cell phone surveillance devices known as Stingrays.
I dont know. Remember "parallel construction"? We are so far down the line ...
Bringing the issue of tracking a bit closer to home:
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Subject: Network spying as it impacts those of us at commondreams
I am happy that you have kept some focus on the issue of spying on our internet communications. Being thus aware of the issue, it perplexes me that you have not taken the step to use https for commondreams and the commons. Without it, every article we read and every post we make is visible on the network, tracked and connected both to our IP and to our login name. As a result of the revelations of Edward Snowden, Wikipedia has made the jump. Would you also consider correcting this problem?
(You can also phone commondreams at: 207.775.0488. I called & emailed and got no reply. We really need more people to express their concern.)