“Moocher” Lacked Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Wi-Fi Signal

The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently held in United States v. Stanley that law enforcement may utilize Wi-Fi searching technology without violating a defendant’s reasonable expectation of privacy.

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