(Bloomberg) — A U.S. Supreme Court with a record of protecting digital privacy is taking up a case that may curb law enforcement officials’ power to track people using mobile-phone data.
In arguments Nov. 29, the justices will consider requiring prosecutors to get a warrant before obtaining mobile-phone tower records that show a person’s location over the course of weeks or months.
The case could have a far-reaching impact. Prosecutors seek phone-location information from…
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