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Nation on Hold for Supreme Court Carpenter v. United States Decision

On November 29, many interested audience members packed into the Supreme Court to witness oral argument on the issue of whether the Fourth Amendment demands that the government obtain a warrant in order to acquire long-term, cell-site location information (CSLI) from wireless service providers, in what could be one of the most influential privacy decisions … Continue Reading

ECPA Reform Legislation on the Horizon (Again)

Three bipartisan Senate bills are up for consideration in Congress that would attempt to modernize the legal standards under which the U.S. government can access communications electronically stored by email service providers and cloud computing companies. The proposed bills, introduced July 27, 2017, each provide a different scheme in updating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act … Continue Reading
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