Updated on March 19 at 3:28 p.m.
A federal judge this month granted the U.S. Justice Department permission to surveil a WhatsApp account as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, a decision that overruled a magistrate judge who had denied the government’s request to track communications over the encrypted messaging and internet calling service.
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