Its nice to see the courts keep up with today’s technology.
The fiction that the vast majority of the American population consents to warrantless government access to the records of a significant share of their movements by ‘choosing’ to carry a cell phone must be rejected. In light of drastic developments in technology, the Fourth Amendment doctrine must evolve to preserve cell-phone user’s reasonable expectation of privacy in cumulative cell-site-location records. Judge Garaufis 


4th Amendment Upheld For Cell Phone Location Data