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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Carpenter v. United States, ruling that the collection of historical cell-site location information (CSLI) during criminal investigation is a search under the Fourth Amendment, was seen as a vindication for those arguing for higher privacy standards. CSLI data allows law enforcement authorities to roughly estimate the location of a cell-phone holder over potentially long periods of time.

Rhys Dipshan

CT-born, New York-based legal tech reporter covering everything from in-house technology disruption to privacy trends, blockchain, AI, cybersecurity, and ghosts-in-the-machine. Continually waiting for law to catch up with tech. (It's like waiting for Godot, but without the clowns)

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