Pressure In Congress Grows For GPS Tracking Reform After Supreme Court Passes On Cell Phone Case

capitol Senators and House representatives this week are calling on Congress to act on bills that would limit location tracking and phone surveillance after the Supreme Court decided not to hear a cell phone case earlier this week. The justices on Monday declined to review a federal court’s decision from earlier this year that police do not need a warrant to seize and search cell phone records… Read More

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