By Tess Owen
DEA agents located a suspect's apartment using StingRay, a cell phone surveillance device, then they found narcotics. Now a judge says the evidence shouldn't be permissible in court.
VICE News has learned that Canadian police could be jeopardizing public safety by using surveillance technology that can hack your cellphone.
By Ben Bryant
VICE News found hallmarks of controversial IMSI catchers around the UK capital, then went undercover online, where we were offered the chance to buy one for $15,000.
Documents obtained exclusively by VICE News reveal an agreement between the two law enforcement agencies to hide police use of Stingray call capture technology — even from judges.
American law enforcement agencies are collecting phone information without warrants through use of the controversial StingRay devices that mimic cell phone towers.
Documents obtained by VICE News show that DC police have been using a so-called Stingray device intended for counterterrorism to track common criminals.