Supreme Court: Warrant Usually Required For Cell Tower Records to Track a Person’s Movements
Americans have a reasonable expectation of privacy regarding their location and movements.
Recent SCOTUS decision delivered a verdict that, in general, the government will need a search warrant to track anyone’s location through the use of cell phone location records. This white paper reviews this decision which is the most recent in a trend of addressing privacy rights in the digital era.
Patrick X. Fowler is a Partner in the Phoenix office of Snell & Wilmer. Mr. Fowler's practice concentrates on representing companies facing complex product liability, technology, cyber security/privacy and business claims. He counsels clients regarding compliance with many government regulations (e.g., FTC, DOD, SEC, CPSC, NHTSA/FMVSS, USCG) and industry standards (ISAO, SAE, ANSI, PCI-DSS, ABYC) and best practices. Mr. Fowler leads Snell & Wilmer’s product liability practice and is the co-chair of firm’s Cybersecurity, Data Protection, and Privacy practice area.
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