Miami and Miami-Dade police use a device created by the company Cellebrite that is similar to the one pictured to extract information from personal cellphones confiscated during, or related to, crimes. But the use of this controversial technology requires a search warrant from a judge.
Miami and Miami-Dade police use a device created by the company Cellebrite that is similar to the one pictured to extract information from personal cellphones confiscated during, or related to, crimes. But the use of this controversial technology requires a search warrant from a judge. Cellebrite
Miami and Miami-Dade police use a device created by the company Cellebrite that is similar to the one pictured to extract information from personal cellphones confiscated during, or related to, crimes. But the use of this controversial technology requires a search warrant from a judge. Cellebrite

Spyware can copy your cellphone info. More police are employing it

February 12, 2018 06:24 AM