Yesterday the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Carpenter v. United States, a case with “enormous implications” for the fate of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence, specifically the hotly-debated “third-party” doctrine.
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An EDPA magistrate judge declines to adopt the Second Circuit's holding in Microsoft regarding tech companies' obligation to comply with search warrants for emails stored overseas.
The United States last week petitioned for the full Fourth Circuit to rehear this closely-watched case involving the Fourth Amendment and historical cell location data.
There's a prevailing sense that stakes are sky high if Microsoft loses. In fact, victory for Microsoft would do more harm to the future of the Internet, privacy, and public safety than would a loss.