While we don’t expect police will start arresting 9-year-old girls for unlocking their Winnie the Pooh smartphones anytime soon, we can’t say that the newly enacted American law that outlaws unlocking your smartphone sets a good precedent. Contrast this with what our neighbors to the north are pondering: According to CBCNews, Read the Rest of the story [...]
Californiaâ€™s state legislature has just passed a law requiring policeÂ to obtain a proper warrant before using tracking technologies such as GPS to gather information on suspects, Ars TechnicaÂ reports. The legislation, which was co-sponsored by both the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, now heads to Governor Read the Rest of the story [...]
A Congressional inquiry looking into cell phone surveillance found that U.S. law enforcement made a gobsmacking 1.3 million+ requests for data from wireless carriers last year, says The New York Times.Â
That alone looks huge, but when you consider that one request often covers multiple callers, the number of Read the Rest of the story [...]
When we think of BlackBerry and automobiles in North America, usually we think of the BlackBerry Traffic app, or perhaps automotive integration with the PlayBook. In India, however, law enforcement is using BlackBerry in a new way to help with their epidemic of traffic problems.
While trying Read the Rest of the story [...]
Cell phone bills are a tough pill to swallow each month, often reaching well into the hundreds-of-dollars range for families or even individuals. Regional and prepaid carriers offer some relief, but users who need nationwide coverage and a wide variety of handsets to choose from often have no choice but Read the Rest of the story [...]
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