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US military spy agency paid for Americans’ cell phone data that revealed their location information WITHOUT a search warrant

A military spy agency run by the Pentagon is buying location data mined from American consumers' cell phones and devices without obtaining a warrant, it has been learned. The above image is a 2015 stock photo of a man using an iPhone 6 and an Apple Watch



American military spies have been buying US citizens’ location data collected by smartphone apps without a warrant, according to a recently unclassified memo.

Analysts for the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon-run department that specializes in military intelligence, made the revelation in a memo written to Senator Ron Wyden, the Democrat from Oregon.

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