Jorja Leap

UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs

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Anthropologist and adjunct professor of Social Welfare at UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs, she works with gangs and in high-crime communities in LA; reserve officer with the Los Angeles Police Department

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Local police and sheriff's departments are using the Stingray — a mobile device that can track all our cell phone calls. They don't need a warrant.

The Secret Cell Phone Surveillance that Casts a Wide Net

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