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Court ruling a crushing blow to cell phone privacy ‒ privacy advocates

Court ruling a crushing blow to cell phone privacy ‒ privacy advocates

A US Court of Appeals ruled that law enforcement doesn’t need a warrant to get location data from a person’s cell phone. According to the court, consumers knowingly and willingly surrender cell phone location data to third parties, and thus have no reasonable expectation of privacy. RT America’s Alexey Yaroshevsky reports.

 

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