Sep 242013
 
 September 24, 2013  Posted by  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Hanni Fakhoury writes:

As the highest court in Massachusetts considers whether cell-site data is private in the context of the Fourth Amendment, we filed an amicus brief arguing that when the police want to be able to recreate your every step—figuring out your patterns of movement, where you’ve been and with whom—they must obtain a search warrant.

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