Sep 222015
 September 22, 2015  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

In North Carolina, where the State Court of Appeals relied on Third Party Doctrine, the answer is no.

The Free Press reports:

Should you be suspected of a crime, the state Court of Appeals – in an opinion released Tuesday – ruled law enforcement can discover where you are through your mobile phone location without needing to obtain a search warrant.

Indeed, according to the court, obtaining such information isn’t construed as a search.

Read more on Government Technology.


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