Hey, carriers, there are these things called computers that can automate this process. Maybe you should look into them instead of your knee-jerk reaction to whine.
At issue is California’s SB 1434, a bill that would prohibit carriers from turning over locational data to police without a warrant. That data can include when and where a phone was when it made or received calls; a phone’s whereabouts as it pings cellphone towers or, in the extreme case, a phone’s GPS history.
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