SPOTLIGHT: DOJ to track people via mobile phone data


Federal judges have reportedly denied the Justice Department three times in recent months from using data from a person's mobile phone to track them without showing probable cause first. The DOJ's argument is that a mobile phone user voluntarily transmits a signal to the carrier and therefore "assumes the risk" that the carrier will reveal the data to law enforcement. Blog

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