Justices Lean Toward Defendant in Cellphone Privacy Case

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Supreme Court justices from across the spectrum voiced concern on Wednesday about personal privacy and government snooping in a case that tests whether police can obtain cellphone location data of suspects without a warrant, the National Law Journal reports. In Carpenter v. United States, the Justice Department asserts that acquiring cellphone data from a third party carrier . . .

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