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SCOTUS and the Spy in Your Pocket

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Carpenter v. U.S. about whether the Fourth Amendment protects cell phone data held by the phone companies. The case has potentially major implications for privacy in the digital age. The original meaning of the Constitution can or should apply to today’s technology and media. Information is as dear and valuable as any paper or other possession, and seems to be compatible with the original meaning of "effect" in the Fourth Amendment.

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