The Supreme Court this week lost its famed swing vote in Justice Anthony Kennedy. A Reagan-era appointee, Kennedy was the longest-serving member of the bench, serving 31 years before announcing his retirement Wednesday.

In a time of rapid technological transformation, Kennedy’s absence leaves a question mark around the high court’s approach to data privacy and the evolving role of technology in U.S. society.

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