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 July 8, 2020  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Lauren Moxley and Shane Rogers of Covington & Burling write:

Last month marks two years since the Supreme Court held, in Carpenter v. United States, that the Fourth Amendment applies to cell phone company records that detail a cell phone user’s location and movements.  Under Carpenter, police are generally required to use a warrant to obtain seven days or more of a user’s cell-site location information from phone companies.

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