Supreme Court at Odds Over Privacy of Cellphone Users in ‘Big Brother’ Case

By December 7, 2017Fox News, TV Appearances

Bill Mears
Fox News
November 29th, 2017, Excerpt

A digital age dispute over the privacy rights of cellphone customers left the Supreme Court on Wednesday seriously considering whether to curb law enforcement’s ability to track their movements.

At issue during 80 minutes of oral arguments was whether the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment requires a search warrant for the government to access a person’s cellphone location history. It is the latest foray by the justices into how laws should be tailored to keep up with technological advances.

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