Police: Wiretap Law Needs To Include Cell Phones, E-Mail
March 21, 2007
Police are advocating a bill that would let them intercept cell phone calls and e-mails in Indiana with a judge's approval -- something the state's current wiretap law doesn't allow.
The bill, which is being considered by the state House, would allow local and state police to tap cell phones and e-mails, but only when a judge authorizes it and only under state police supervision.
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