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A sharply divided Wisconsin Supreme Court sided with police in two separate cases Thursday where cellphone data was used to track suspects without obtaining a search warrant. The decisions drew a rebuke from the chief justice, who argued people's
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jul. 21 2014, 6:30 PM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 21 2014, 6:30 PM EDT Last month, the Supreme Court of Canada made clear that the centuries-old search-warrant principle continues to apply in the electronic age.
Imagine if the government had a device that could capture all the information your cellphone transmits where you are, what your telephone number is, who you are calling, who called you, how long you spoke and, possibly, even what you said to them...
The city of San Diego is being sued by 30 exotic dancers who say police stripped them of their rights. The Los Angeles Times (http://lat.ms/1rhBgTg) says the suit, filed Wednesday, contends that vice squad officers made strippers pose in various
As Microsoft rightly noted, a warrant does not apply overseas...But Microsoft points out how insane that is: This interpretation not only blatantly rewrites the statute, it reads out of the Fourth Amendment the bedrock requirement that the Government
Visiting Lecturer at City University London No problem, I'll find them easily. Akshat Rathi , CC BY The May 2014 ruling by the European Court of Justice, dubbed the right to be forgotten , is seen as a precedent for all internet searches in all
Rulings on contraception and recess appointments may have grabbed bigger headlines, but the Supreme Court 's decision last month requiring police to get a warrant before snooping through someone's cellphone is likely to have a bigger lasting impact.
Court says familly can sue Border Patrol agent for death of son The Circuit Court opinion was not a good one for a federal police agency trying to overcome a trigger-happy reputation...Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit ruled the family of a 15-
The warrant came complete with a gag order forbidding the company from telling anyone -- including the 381 people -- about the search. The searches were related to an investigation that resulted in charges being filed against over 100 former NYC
The United States Supreme Court delivered a victory for personal privacy rights last week and ruled the warrantless search of mobile phones unconstitutional. Photo / AP In the ongoing battle against government eyes prying into every aspect of our