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How long cell phone companies retain data

Posted by Patrick Kunes | Oct 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cell phones have become an integral part of our lives.  They allow us to keep in touch, access the web, and use a variety of apps and games virtually anywhere.  They can also play a big part in both civil and criminal cases.  Cell phone towers can triangulate a signal, allowing GPS tracking of the phone's position.  Likewise, call details, text details and content, IP information, billing info, and even store surveillance cameras can be accessed through subpoena to prove various facts at trial.  Below is information obtained by open record requests by the American Civil Liberties Union that displays how long certain cell phone companies retain this information:

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Patrick Kunes

Patrick Kunes is the most recent addition to Kunes Law Office, having been admitted to practice in November of 2008.  He graduated from Tift County High School in 1999, where he received a Governor's Scholarship through the Georgia Scholar Program. He attended the University of Georgia where he received a B.A. in History in 2003.


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