<h2 id=”article-title”>High-Tech Police Spying Sparks Privacy Battle</h2>
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Michigan State Police Thursday defended their use of a high-tech device that connects to almost any personal cell phone — and in mere minutes downloads its entire contents, including call logs, texts, photos and web history.
State police say the device, called the <a href=”http://www.cellebrite.com/forensic-products.html”>Cellebrite UFED</a>, is an effective tool in fighting crime. But the Michigan branch of the ACLU disagrees, fearing that cops are abusing the device — <a href=”http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/04/21/high-techpolicespying-sparks-privacy-complaints/#ixzz1KCcWDJvV”>Read more:</a>
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