Thursday, November 30, 2017
Cell phone metadata may have very little 4th Amendment protection
I’m not sure I agree with all those crying wolf on. Carpenter v. US, where the FBI secured cell phone metadata about the suspects without a warrant. The Detroit News has a typical story here.
Here is the transcript of oral arguments on Nov. 29.
I’d wonder about analogous cases, such as records where my Metro Smart Card had been used.