Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment
The ruling could have widespread implications for the technology.
ICE insists it doesn’t use Stingrays to track undocumented immigrants
So long as they haven't committed any crimes.
Researchers use rideshare vehicles to uncover stingray use
A Seattle-based research team discovered three possible uses of secret surveillance equipment by law enforcement.
Federal agents used a Stingray to track an immigrant's phone
"As far as we know, this is a novel use of that technology," the EFF's director of advocacy said.
House bills would ban warrantless use of fake cell sites
Police would need permission to track criminals using Stingrays.
House committee calls for clear cellphone surveillance rules
The bipartisan group wants to standardize how Stingrays and other phone tracking devices are deployed across the country.
Set up your own Stingray cell dragnet with these leaked docs
Manuals and documents detail how the phone-intercepting networks function.
Baltimore PD's phone surveillance allegedly violated FCC rules
A new complaint claims the department illegally deployed Stingray devices while targeting black communities.
Local Canadian police station admits it owns a Stingray
And, yes, it's used the device in previous investigations.