Homeland Security detects possible cellphone surveillance in D.C. and doesn’t know who’s doing it

The Department of Homeland Security has detected in the Washington, D.C., area what appears to be the unauthorized use of a controversial technology that allows for the surreptitious surveillance of people's cellphones - though it has not been able to pinpoint who or what is causing it, the department revealed in a letter released Tuesday.

The technology, a cell-tower simulator commonly known as a StingRay, has been deployed....

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