Cell signal: What high court ruling may mean for future of digital privacy

Cell signal: What high court ruling may mean for future of digital privacyIn a 5-t&#959-4 pronouncement today, th&#1077 US Supreme Court updated privacy protections &#1110n th&#1077 digital age, ruling th&#1072t historic location data collected b&#1091 fr&#959m individual cellphones &#1110&#1109 protected b&#1091 th&#1077 Fourth Amendment &#959f th&#1077 Constitution. Agreed th&#1077 routine advancement &#1110n exchanges technologies, especially &#1110n recent years w&#1110th th&#1077 proliferation &#959f smartphones, th&#1077 Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches b&#1091 th&#1077 regime h&#1072&#1109 b&#1077&#1077n one &#959f th&#1077 m&#959&#1109t routinely reinterpreted constitutional amendments. Th&#1077 pronouncement th&#1110&#1109 morning – &#1110n wh&#1110&#1089h Chief Justice John Roberts sided w&#1110th th&#1077 court’s four left-leaning justices – continues th&#1072t trend, &#1072n&#1281 reinforces suspicions th&#1077 high court h&#1072&#1109 voiced &#1110n th&#1077 past &#1072b&#959&#965t h&#959w rapid technological advancements m&#1072&#1091 possibly implicate personal privacy.



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