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Mobile phone data extraction by the police

Posted: 21 June 2018

In this podcast, Olivier Roth speaks to Privacy International’s Millie Graham Wood about phone data extraction.

 The use of ‘mobile phone extraction’ tools enables police forces to download all of the content and data from people’s phones. This can apply to suspects, witnesses and even victims - without their knowledge. With no clear policies or guidance on the use of this technology, individuals are unaware of their legal rights, or of how the data is used, stored, or secured.

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