I'm also pretty sure they're still spying on me thru the WiFi network that I use at home frequent...
Okay well the WiFi network is password protected but we we share it with the people like that I d...
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association says it has confirmed that Vancouver police have used a controversial cellphone surveillance device — a StingRay — at least once. Police confirmed the device was used nine years ago. The device was employed with "legitimate, appropriate and proper" authorization and based on "exigent circumstance," police said. In an email to CBC, Vancouver police Const. Brian Montague said the device was used "in 2007 as an investigative tool to support a VPD suspected abduction case that is now an investigation into a possible homicide."The device was used to try to locate a specific cellphone — owned by the person who may have been abducted.The police did not get access to any of the data that was collected, Montague said, adding that he could not clarify any further details as that investigation was continuing.
I don't expect you to believe me about me the stingray thing but that's not what Im even asking a...
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