SCOTUS heard oral argument in Carpenter vs US: can the Gov’t access carriers’ location data without a warrant?
On November 29, 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in an important privacy case. The Sixth Circuit held that the protection granted under the Fourth Amendment did not prevent the government to access business records from the defendants’ wireless carriers revealing the user’s location without a warrant. In Carpenter v. United States Timothy Carpenter and Timothy Sanders […]
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