I used to track cell phone location information for prosecutors.by@lauramoy
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I used to track cell phone location information for prosecutors.

by Laura M. Moy5mNovember 28th, 2017
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<span>T</span>omorrow morning, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments in <a href="http://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/carpenter-v-united-states-2/" target="_blank"><em>Carpenter v. United States</em></a>, a case that asks whether the Constitution protects the cell phone location data that wireless providers collect from their customers. When a law enforcement agency wants access to 127 days’ worth of this data, does it have to show a judge that it has “probable cause” to believe the records will reveal evidence of a crime? Or does it only have to meet a somewhat lower standard — that it reasonably believes the records are “relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation”?

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