In the age of the Internet: How The Police Get Your Phone Records – By Rachel Swaby

In the age of the Internet: How The Police Get Your Phone Records – By Rachel Swaby on April 27, 2011 at 6:00 AM Every time I receive a call, my mobile carrier takes note of the incoming telephone number, the time, date and duration of the conversation, and – because the call is sent through a network of mobile towers – my location. As it turns out, I’m also carrying the right kind of smart phone, which means my device itself jots down my spot on the earth, as well. Between the brick and carrier, I’ve amassed a strikingly detailed digital portrait of every [click on the link below for the full story at the Gizmodo Web site] http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2011/04/how-the-police-get-your-phone-records/

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