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United States Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cellphone Location

Today the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that in most instances the police will need a search warrant to acquire a person’s cellphone location information.¬† This important ruling protects the Fourth Amendment rights of all citizens of the United States from improper government surveillance.¬† Today’s decision also follows a trend of SCOTUS

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