ACLU assails Christie for cell phone invasions

While serving as U.S. attorney for New Jersey, Republican gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie authorized the tracking of people through their cell phones without first obtaining a warrant, the American Civil Liberties Union said yesterday.

The ACLU released documents provided by the Justice Department showing that the U.S. Attorney's Offices in New Jersey and Florida had been granted permission by court order to "obtain mobile phone location information without making a judicial finding of probable cause."

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