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Call Me ... Maybe: Carpenter v. United States — Smartphones, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment 2018

Product ID: CA2851D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Does the government have the right to search and seize cellphone records (without a warrant) that track your location and movements? Is the phone company an eyewitness? Is sharing your location through your cellphone voluntary?

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Does the government have the right to search and seize cellphone records (without a warrant) that track your location and movements? Is the phone company an eyewitness? Is sharing your location through your cellphone voluntary?

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Elleny B. Christopoulos, Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office, Milwaukee

Laurence J. Dupuis, ACLU WI Foundation, Milwaukee

David H. Perlman, Wisconsin Department of Justice, Madison

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