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Wired reports on court arguments made Tuesday by the Obama administration claiming there is “no expectation of privacy” in cellphone location data, meaning law enforcement should not need to obtain a warrant to track a suspect’s movements. Citing a 1976 Supreme Court case, the administration said data such as bank records gleaned from cellphone providers are “third-party records.” The arguments come as the government prepares for a retrial in the United States v. Jones case. The administration’s court filing states, “When a cellphone user transmits a signal to a cell tower for his call to be connected, he thereby assumes the risk that the cellphone provider will create its own internal record.”
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