When the 'Big Brother' loses in court

In major privacy win, Supreme Court rules police need warrant to track your cellphone.

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Cell phone (illustrative)
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In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police must obtain a search warrant to access an individual's cellphone location information.

The 5-4 decision imposes new limits on law enforcement's ability to get at the increasing amount of data that private companies amass in the modern technological age.


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