Legality of mobile phone tracking – US of Amercica for Historical Cell Site Data v Magistrate

The obligation to get a warrant to obtain historical mobile phone data seems to be subject to different interpretations by Courts as pointed out by the ACLU. In the most recent judgement leading a Texas Court to find that warrantless disclosure of mobile phone data violates the fourth amendment of the US Constitution.

Some interesting features which emerged from the Judgement are reported here, where the Judge cited documents contained in previous litigation involving the ACLU and Electronic Frontiers Foundation

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