The agency that interprets the state's public records law has weighed in on attempts to get more information about cell phone tracking devices such as StingRay and KingFish.In a ruling Monday, acting administration commissioner Matt Massman opined that the Minnesota Department of Public Safety shoul ... More >>
Everyone from journalists to politicians to activists have been fighting for years to learn the details behind Minnesota's controversial Kingfish and Stingray cell phone tracking programs, but lately, the state's been leaving them empty-handed. The Kingfish and Stingray devices are used across the ... More >>
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