Thousands of Geofence Warrants Appear to Be Missing from a California DOJ Transparency Database

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California requires law enforcement to report the controversial warrants to a state database—but The Markup found massive discrepancies in how they’re reported By: Maddy Varner and Alfred Ng In the last three years, Google says, public agencies in California have increasingly demanded location data collected from people’s phones and other devices through geofence warrants—an evidence-gathering [Read More…]

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