Harris Corp.’s Stingray surveillance device has been one of the most closely guarded secrets in law enforcement for more than 15 years. The company and its police clients across the United States have fought to keep information about the mobile phone-monitoring boxes from the public against which they are used.
The Intercept has obtained several Harris instruction manuals spanning roughly 200 pages and meticulously detailing how to create a cellular surveillance dragnet. The Read
Stingray documents offer rare insight into police and FBI surveillance
Court records in Oakland reveal cases where a warrant wasn’t required to listen to calls and how much law enforcement uses the devices The READ