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Maybe that's why they required Verizon to modify the device. They probably set it up as an access point that any unmodified device would not connect to, so only this one guy would.
marigoldsGainfully employed, finallyPremium,MVM
Saint Louis, MO
That would seem to make sense. If that is the case, though, then the privacy argument is much weaker. That would mean the device only collected the information that was expressly allowed by the warrant.