Wisconsin is gradually taking steps to regulate cellphone use while driving, but an all-out ban is still a year or more away in the state Legislature.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court – while not always agreeing on the basis for its decisions – upheld two homicide cases Thursday where police found suspects by tracking their cellphones without a warrant.Read More »
Faced with a pair of cases raising the issue of warrantless searching of arrestees’ cellphones, the U.S. Supreme Court will again need to apply centuries-old constitutional principles to rapidly changing technologies.Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court may soon addresses an issue it has carefully avoided until now: Just how much privacy do Americans enjoy in the information contained within and emanating from their cellphones?Read More »
At the trial of Michael Patino, who was charged in Rhode Island state court with the beating death of his girlfriend’s young son, prosecutors were armed with cellphone data and other documents obtained with valid search warrants.Read More »