Laws Relating to Government Electronic Surveillance Constitution • Congress • Executive • Federal Courts • State Governments Introduction The Fourth Amendment protects us against unreasonable …
How do modern technology companies complicate the relationship between individual privacy and law enforcement?
The government needs a 4th Amendment warrant (with probable cause) to get your cell phone location data.
A person can have 4th Amendment privacy against police search when driving a rental car, even if the person is not listed on the car lease.
Can the government force Microsoft to hand over consumer information stored overseas?
Can police search a motorcycle parked outside a home, covered almost fully by a tarp without a warrant?
Can you expect privacy (i.e. Fourth Amendment protections) in a rental car if you are not on the lease?
Can the government get our cell phone location data without 4th Amendment protections?
How does the government regulate companies from using our data?
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