Judge: Warrant required for cell phone location data, mentions Orwell’s 1984

I use a cell phone so that I can communicate with people in whatever manner I so choose without the need to be near my land line.  I can make and receive calls, send and receive text messages, use the internet and stay current on my email.

It’s a great thing that I can stay in touch wherever I may be – but the fact that I allow myself to be be reachable no matter my location, does NOT mean that I must automatically disclose that location – knowingly or unknowingly.  Read what a judge had to say on computerworld.com.

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