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The 'electronic privacy case of the century' is now in court, and it could redefine your right to privacy

The Supreme Court is re-examining American rights to digital privacy in a case that has been described as the most important electronic privacy case of the 21st century. The court's ruling, which takes place in June, will determine whether or not law enforcement must acquire warrants when accessing geolocational data emitted by cell phones. If the case is lost, it could transform digital privacy and allow for closer government surveillance.
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