Forbes reports federal investigators have asked Google and Apple to hand over the names of at least 10,000 users of the gun scope app Obsidian 4. The U.S. Department of Justice requested the data in a court order filed Sept. 5. App users can take video, film a live stream and calibrate their gun scope on Android and Apple devices. Privacy advocates are concerned that if the order is approved and complied with, data belonging to innocent people could be released to investigators. Orlando Sentinel reports city council members in Orlando are expected to approve a request by the Orlando Police Department that would give them access to a database of license plate numbers collected by privately owned cameras around the country.
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