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Full disclosure at last: lawsuit reveals unredacted StingRay NDA

Full disclosure at last: lawsuit reveals unredacted StingRay NDA

Before they can deploy a StingRay cell phone tracker, state and local law enforcement must sign a non-disclosure agreement with the FBI. But the public did not know the precise terms of this NDA until yesterday, when the full six-page agreement was released in unredacted form as part of a lawsuit won by the New York Civil Liberties Union.

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Law enforcement divided over releasing StingRay docs

Law enforcement divided over releasing StingRay docs

A handful of key disclosures in recent weeks shed new light on the FBI’s involvement in cell-site simulator deployments nationwide.

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FBI changes tactics on StingRay NDA denials

FBI changes tactics on StingRay NDA denials

After initially claiming to be unable to locate any such document, the FBI now insists that it cannot release its comprehensive list of police departments across the country that use cell phone trackers.

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Months later, key details about StingRay non-disclosures remain unknown

Months later, key details about StingRay non-disclosures remain unknown

It’s been months since we learned of the seemingly compulsory non-disclosure agreement that the FBI hands police eager to use cell phone tracking equipment. But we still know precious little about which departments aren’t allowed to tell us what about their StingRays.

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Feds can't agree on StingRay NDA

Feds can’t agree on StingRay NDA

The Federal Communications Commission insists that it does not require police departments to sign a nondisclosure agreement with the FBI before acquiring or deploying cell phone trackers. The FCC’s response contradicts wording found in one such FBI nondisclosure agreement released last month by Tacoma police.

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