Smart phone technology records a user’s whereabouts every time a cell tower picks up a signal. Carpenter v. United States, pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, asks whether existing law should be updated to require a court warrant for such data before it is released to third parties, such as the government or police.
Smart phone technology records a user’s whereabouts every time a cell tower picks up a signal. Carpenter v. United States, pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, asks whether existing law should be updated to require a court warrant for such data before it is released to third parties, such as the government or police. AP
Smart phone technology records a user’s whereabouts every time a cell tower picks up a signal. Carpenter v. United States, pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, asks whether existing law should be updated to require a court warrant for such data before it is released to third parties, such as the government or police. AP