“Will The Supreme Court Legalize Privacy?” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

This morning the Supreme Court heard Carpenter v. United States, a case concerning legal protection for the privacy of location data collected by cell phone service providers. Will the Court reinstate Fourth Amendment privacy protection for our data? This and more on today’s show. See Program Notes, below, for the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

The Supreme Court’s Opportunity to Legalize Privacy

Carpenter v. United States: The Court’s Opportunity to Legalize Privacy

United States v. Miller

Smith v. Maryland

Carpenter v United States at SCOTUSblog

Cops, Cellphones and Privacy at the Supreme Court

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