Should Cellphone Surveillance be Regulated?

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Mobile phone carriers have seen a dramatic increase in requests from law enforcement for customers' phone records, according to new data provided to Congress. Police say that the information -- which can include location information, text messages and call records -- is critical to fighting crime. But civil liberties advocates are calling for new standards to protect customers' privacy.

Guests:

Ross Schulman, public policy and regulatory counsel for the Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA)

Chris Conley, technology and civil liberties policy attorney with the ACLU of Northern California

Jeffrey Rabkin, vice president of Stroz Friedberg, a global computer forensics and computer investigations firm

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