NYPD may have used used technology to monitor or interrupt protesters’ cellphones during legal protests

In a strongly worded opinion addressing New York’s Freedom of Information Law, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice has ruled that the New York City Police Department must release information to a police protest group about whether the department used technology to monitor or interrupt their cellphones during protests.

The decision from Justice Arlene Bluth could have wider implications for the NYPD’s use of devices such as Stingrays, which mimic cell towers and intercept communications, and it comes after the NYPD had given a so-called “Glomar response”—essentially a nonresponse—to the group’s FOIL request for information about surveillance of their social media activity and cellphones....

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