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Check out this article about a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court involving warrantless cellphone tracking by police. Police in a robbery case arrested a suspect after obtaining geolocational data from the suspect’s cellphone company without a warrant. The police argued that because the data was held by a third party that it was not covered by Fourth Amendment protections. Both liberal and conservative justices of the Supreme Court expressed skepticism of that argument.
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