Cell Phone Data, Law Enforcement and Privacy, Part 2

The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the… read more

The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United States. In the 5-4 decision the Court found that police generally need a warrant to obtain a person’s cell phone location data from a company. In this portion, panelists talked about the practical implications of the ruling for police officers, defendants, and anyone with a cell phone. close

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447770-4
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Public Affairs Event
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Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
First Aired:
Jul 02, 2018 | 1:03pm EDT | C-SPAN 1
Last Aired:
Jul 17, 2018 | 6:57am EDT | C-SPAN 3

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  • Jul 02, 2018 | 1:03pm EDT | C-SPAN 1
  • Jul 03, 2018 | 5:44am EDT | C-SPAN 1
  • Jul 12, 2018 | 2:46am EDT | C-SPAN 2
  • Jul 17, 2018 | 12:55am EDT | C-SPAN 3
  • Jul 17, 2018 | 6:57am EDT | C-SPAN 3
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