Ann E. Marimow reports:
Law enforcement officials have long relied on location details gleaned from cellphone towers as a powerful tool for tracing steps of suspects, particularly in the early stages of investigations.
But civil liberties groups and privacy advocates are increasingly challenging the practice.[…]
A federal appeals court on Wednesday will be the latest front in the legal debate, in the case that involves the Baltimore robberies.
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