Category Archives: geofence

WUSA9: DC residents get visits from FBI as agents track cell phones that pinged near the Capitol

WUSA9: DC residents get visits from FBI as agents track cell phones that pinged near the Capitol by Bruce Lashon (“A DC woman said an FBI agent contacted her and said investigators were reaching out to the owner of every … Continue reading

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Geofence warrants can be used to identify those who invaded the Capitol, not to mention Facebook warrants

The government’s prior use of geofence warrants were a prelude to this: With the invasion of the Capitol on Wednesday, the government now can attempt to locate all the cell phones inside the Capitol to identify those to potentially charge. … Continue reading

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ABAJ: Law enforcement is using location tracking on mobile devices to identify suspects, but is it unconstitutional?

ABAJ: Law enforcement is using location tracking on mobile devices to identify suspects, but is it unconstitutional? by Wendy Davis:

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N.D.Ill. issues a geofence warrant to Google

This geofence warrant is issued with probable cause and it is particular because it is so limited in time and scope. In re Search Warrant Application for Geofence Location Data Stored at Google Concerning an Arson Investigation, 2020 U.S. Dist. … Continue reading

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EFF: New Federal Court Rulings Find Geofence Warrants Unconstitutional

EFF: New Federal Court Rulings Find Geofence Warrants Unconstitutional by Jennifer Lynch and Nathaniel Sobel:

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