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TPD sued over secret cell-phone surveillance documents

Department cites non-disclosure agreement in avoiding release of public records

Citing an agreement it signed with a technology company, the Tucson Police Department is refusing to release documents concerning the use of surveillance equipment used to track and collect data from cellphones. The ACLU and an Arizona reporter have filed suit to force disclosure by TPD, citing state laws on public records.
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Mar 19, 2014, 11:30 am
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This story is about a month old.  It has gotten very little coverage.

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