Civil Rights Groups Complain to FCC About Stingrays

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Civil rights groups have complained to the Federal Communications Commission over the Baltimore Police Department's use of the cell phone tracking technology known as stingray, alleging that the way police use it interferes with emergency calls and is racially discriminatory, the Baltimore Sun reports. The complaint argues that the police department doesn't have a proper license to use the . . .

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