Step two of redacted surveillance guide raises questions about step one
The investigative Freedom of Information Act reporters at MuckRock have obtained thousands of pages of FBI documents related to “Stingrays,” cellphone trackers that are in use by law enforcement around the country but that government agencies refuse to discuss. The only problem with the documents? They’re redacted to near oblivion.
That’s unfortunate for champions of government transparency, but, as the stars break through the dark sky on a clear summer night, or as a Dadaist poem is created with the aid of an unseen hand, so do brief clips of text emerge between redactions.
A document from 2005, called GSM Cellphone Tracking For Dummies (highlighted by Motherboard), lists 10 questions to ask yourself “prior to tracking,” as well as…
Source:: The Verge