Google faces surge in police requests for mobile location data

Google faces surge in police requests for mobile location data

2019-04-15T02:40:09+01:00April 15th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

On Monday April 15, 2019, Engadget wrote:
Law enforcement is requesting mobile location history at unprecedented levels, but it's not clear that police need everything they get.

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