Many are touting the Supreme Court’s ruling for Carpenter in this term’s cell phone privacy case as a major victory for privacy. But is it? This and more on today’s show.
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The Supreme Court just ruled the government’s decades-old practice of warrantlessly tracking your historical movements via cellphone records (CSLI) has in many cases violated the constitutional right to privacy. Major victory for @ACLU ― and America. #GetAWarrant #Carpenter pic.twitter.com/lqm4joMysm
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) June 22, 2018
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