Warrentless Cellphone Tracking Unconstitutional, 11th Circuit Rules

The Associated Press


Investigators must obtain a search warrant from a judge in order to obtain cellphone tower tracking data that is widely used as evidence to show suspects were in the vicinity of a crime, a federal appeals court ruled.

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