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On June 20, 2014 By Morgan Morrison June 18, 2014
The Eleventh Circuit handed down a groundbreaking decision this past week, holding in United States v. Davis that the Fourth Amendment protects information about a person’s cell site data.
Cell site data reveals a cellphone’s physical address at call origination, duration, and termination. In Davis, that information was provided [...]Continue Reading →
Bank not liable to cyber-heist victim company that had expressly declined to use the additional security controls it offered A federal district court hears arguments about whether the FBI’s use of a “stingray” device, which pretends to be a cell phone tower so that it can collect information from phones and [...]Continue Reading →
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