A combination of two federal statutes gives investigators the power to obtain information on calls made from a particular phone recorded at cellular towers, a federal judge has ruled.

New York Southern District Judge Lewis Kaplan said the Pen Register Statute, taken together with the Stored Communications Act, “clearly authorizes such disclosures,” even though there was “little indication” that Congress actually intended such a result.

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