Attorneys who deal with robocalls and privacy are paying close attention to upcoming oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court involving Facebook Inc.’s effort to send automated security alert messages to its users’ cellphones.

The question before the nation’s highest court is broad, said Connecticut litigator Sergei Lemberg, a consumer law attorney who is pushing back against the social media company.

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