The Trump administration purchased access to a commercial database tracking movements from millions of cellphones in the U.S., using it for border enforcement and immigration, The Wall Street Journal reported. The government’s use of cellphone data, purchased from a private company, raises major questions about privacy, though the practice so far doesn’t appear to be illegal. The location...
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