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Judge Says Warrant Required For Cell Phone Location Data


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Cell phone tower

Credit: Karl Baron

In recent years, the courts have struggled to decide whether the government needs a warrant to access historical records about a cell phone user's location. Some courts have found that when users turn on their cell phones, they "voluntarily" transmit their location to their cell phone providers and thereby waive any expectation of privacy.

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