Cell phone location data subject to Fourth Amendment and is more invasive than GPS [updated with link]

Cell phone location data subject to Fourth Amendment and is more invasive than GPS

John Wesley Hall, Fourth Amendment Blog, November 3, 2010

Technology is changing faster than the law. Cell phone location data is subject to the Fourth Amendment because it can reveal information from within the home. Indeed, cell phone location data is more invasive than GPS tracking. In re Application of the United States of America for Historical Cell Site Data, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115529 (S.D. Tex. October 29, 2010)…

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