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Is the cellphone in your pocket public or private?

Growing use of stingrays could erode privacy and lead to abuse by local police

January 24, 2015 2:00AM ET

by Nathan Freed Wessler   @NateWessler

Cell site simulators,  830 more words

Police State

Phone Number Scan – iPhone Call Blocking


Phone Number Scan allows you to never have to question who’s calling you and stop those annoying callers. You also have quick and easy access to over 400 million user profiles; which can make your journey that much shorter. 281 more words

Add A Phone Line

Riley, Expectations of Privacy, and the Muddying of the Third-Party Doctrine

It’s hard to understate the importance of the Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling in the combined cases of Riley v. California and United States v. Wurie for digital rights and digital privacy. 779 more words

Ramblings

Cell Phones, Searches, and Seizures: How a Boston Case Will Establish Precedent for High-Tech Devices under the Fourth Amendment

Last Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in a potentially groundbreaking case with close ties to Boston.  In United States v. Wurie, a case originating in South Boston, the Justices will interpret the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable search and seizure.  427 more words