Reviving the trespassory model of the Fourth Amendment, the Court in U.S. v. Jones has raised more questions about data privacy than it answered. If the mere existence and transmission of data can signal a lack of a reasonable expectation of privacy, the only way
Harvard CR-CL is proud to publish the first episode of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Podcast! In this inaugural episode, Senior Online Editor Noah Kaplan talks with Executive Online Editor Matt Giffin about the recent Supreme Court decision about GPS tracking units, United States v.
This past Monday, Fourth Amendment watchers began gathering at the Supreme Court on the eve of oral argument in United States v. Jones. Narrowly, the case was to resolve a circuit split on whether law enforcement can surreptitiously place a GPS device on a car,
On November 8th the Supreme Court is to hear oral argument for the case United States v. Jones, which questions the constitutionality of warrantless GPS tracking. The blog Threat Level has asserted that this case is one of the most significant Fourth Amendment cases to be