Nov 292010
 November 29, 2010  Court, Surveillance

Looking at the orders from the Supreme Court today, it looks like SCOTUS denied a writ of certiorari in Maynard v. United States. See this previous blog entry for some of the background and opinion on this case.

I imagine we’ll see some comments from the privacy law blawgers, but if I understand this, this is good news for those of us who think extended GPS surveillance requires a warrant.   Just don’t rely on this post until a lawyer confirms that this is what happened and what it means. 🙂

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