November 27, 2012

Don't Report Your Stolen Cell to the NYPD

Joseph Goldstein, New York Times

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When a cellphone is reported stolen in New York, the Police Department routinely subpoenas the phone’s call records, from the day of the theft onward. The logic is simple: If a thief uses the phone, a list of incoming and outgoing calls could lead to the suspect.

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TAGGED: Cell Phone, Tracking