U.S. News & World Report

Cell Providers Collect Millions From Police for Handing Over User Information

U.S. News & World Report
AT&T said it received $10,298,000, T-Mobile USA said approximately $11 million, Verizon Wireless said less than $5 million, U.S. Cellular said $241,000 and C Spire said $55,000. Cricket and Sprint Nextel did not provide figures. The companies are ...

Cellphone firms regularly give data to law enforcement

Boston Globe

Lawmaker reveals scale of US mobile data requests

Economic Times

A Senator Plans Legislation to Narrow Authorities' Cellphone Data Requests


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