Police Need Warrants To Track Cell Phone Data, NJ Supreme Court Rules



Police need warrants to track cell-phone data, N.J. Supreme Court rules (via NJ.com)

TRENTON — In a trailblazing decision that expands electronic privacy rights in New Jersey, the state Supreme Court ruled today that law enforcement agencies must get warrants if they want to track crime suspects by tracing the signals from their cell…

 

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