SEPTEMBER 26, 2017
By Derrick Broze
"The 2 to 1 ruling from the D.C. Court of Appeals comes after similar rulings in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and federal district courts in New York City and San Francisco."
"Nathan F. Wessler of the American Civil Liberties Union, told the Washington Post that the ruling “joins the growing chorus of courts holding that the Fourth Amendment protects against warrantless use of invasive, covert technology to track people’s phones. … We applaud today’s opinion for erecting sensible and strong protections against the government violating people’s privacy in the digital age.”
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