First Circuit Carpenter

First Circuit Rejects Attempt to Extend Carpenter to Public Surveillance Cameras

In United States v. Moore-Bush, the First Circuit recently reversed a Massachusetts District Court decision finding that the Fourth Amendment prohibited sustained video surveillance conducted using a pole-mounted camera in a public ...
Supreme Court: Police Need Warrant for Mobile Location Data

Supreme Court: Police Need Warrant for Mobile Location Data

The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that the government needs to obtain a court-ordered warrant to gather location data on mobile device users. The decision is a major development for privacy rights, ...
IP

Supreme Court and Private (Privacy) Property

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Nov. 29 in a case that could radically transform not only privacy law and the way we look at the Fourth Amendment, but also could ...
Security Boulevard