What the cellphone location data ruling means for privacy
Clip: 06/22/2018 | 4m 3s
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that police generally need a search warrant to track a suspect's movement through cellphone records -- a limited victory for privacy advocates. That decision stems from a string of Radio Shack robberies, and the use of data that helped lead to arrests and convictions. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss the case.
Aired: 06/22/18Video has closed captioning.
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