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Supreme Court rules police need a warrant for your cell phone location data

Law enforcement can no longer claim people have no right to privacy when using a cell phone, and must obtain a warrant to collect historical location data, the Supreme Court ruled today in the long-awaited Carpenter v. United States. This ruling marks a victory for the First and Fourth Amendments, and for journalism.

Freedom of the Press Foundation statement on whistleblower Reality Winner’s reported plea deal

Former intelligence contractor and alleged whistleblower Reality Winner, previously charged under the Espionage Act for leaking a secret NSA report to the press, is expected to take a plea deal on Tuesday, June 26.

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