Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Private Investigator News: Vermont judge urged to reveal cell phone tracking data

"A Vermont judge heard arguments but didn’t rule yesterday on a lawsuit aimed at forcing the state to reveal whether and how its criminal investigators use cellphone tracking technology to keep tabs on people.

The ACLU of Vermont sued the state in March after filing public records requests that sought information on the state attorney general’s use of data from cellphone service providers to pinpoint the locations of people.

The state contends that the information is exempt from public records statutes because it involves criminal investigations, which were specifically exempted from disclosure when the Legislature adopted the Access to Public Records Act.  
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