How a "location API" allows cops to figure out where we all are in real-time
"Securus takes no steps to verify that uploaded documents in fact provide authorization…"
Cyrus Farivar - May 12, 2018 12:30 pm UTC
The digital privacy world was rocked late Thursday evening when The New York Times reported on Securus, a prison telecom company that has a service enabling law enforcement officers to locate most American cell phones within seconds. The company does this via a basic Web interface leveraging a location API—creating a way to effectively access a massive real-time database of cell-site records.
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