Cell Phone Records
For the past few years TLI has followed with great interest developments on the intersection of technology and privacy. We’ve covered a number of cases, including the Sixth Circuit’s Carpenter decision, dealing with whether we have an expectation of privacy in the location data collected by our cell phones. On Friday the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in Carpenter v. U.S., holding that the government needs a warrant to obtain cell phone location records from a third party provider. We’ll examine Carpenter at this year’s seminar and take a look at other developments on privacy and evidence collection.
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