A cell phone user has no "reasonable" expectation of privacy that the device's built-in global positioning technology will not be used by police to locate the phone, a trial judge has ruled in a case he distinguished from a recent Court of Appeals decision.
Right to Privacy in 'Ping' of Cellphone Location Denied
New York Law Journal
February 22, 2013
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