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Are Police Searching Inauguration Protesters' Phones? - CityLab

25.1.17

Are Police Searching Inauguration Protesters' Phones? - CityLab: A screenshot provided to CityLab by Light suggests that police began mining information from the captured cellphones almost immediately after the arrests. The screenshot from the Gmail account of an individual who Light says was clearly marked as a medic (a volunteer who provides medical services during protests in case of clashes), shows account activity took place on the phone at 4:15 PM on January 21, well after it was taken into police possession:


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