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RI bill would help cops track cellphones

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Cellphone providers would have to provide data about the location of a missing person's cellphone if police determine the person is in danger under legislation introduced in Rhode Island's General Assembly. One of the bill's sponsors, state Sen. James Doyle, says the legislation could save lives by ensuring that police can quickly track a person's phone if they believe...

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