26 Jun 2018

Supreme Court: Warrant required for phone location data access

In a victory for privacy advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that law enforcement officials must obtain a warrant in order to access phone location data and use it as evidence in court. This reverses an earlier Court of Appeals ruling that phone data is not protected under

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18 Jun 2018

U.S. Court Rejects Google Translate as Legal Translator for Police Officers

Machine translations have eased many communications difficulties, but a recent court ruling in the US has ruled that police may not use Google Translate to receive consent from suspects or other individuals. The ruling came after an officer used Google Translate to obtain consent to search a suspect’s vehicle. The

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