Apr 192017
 
 April 19, 2017  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Andrea Noble reports:

A three-judge panel of the D.C. Court of Appeals grappled Tuesday with the limits of privacy expectations in a case involving the city police’s warrantless use of cellphone surveillance technology.

Metropolitan Police had used the technology to discover the location of a robbery and sexual assault suspect, and the judges are to decide whether the man’s privacy rights were less consequential because he was carrying stolen cellphones and was found on a public street.

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