Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, examines a case that has just arrived at the Supreme Court about police access to cellphone location data stored on cellphone towers.
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The battle over NFL star Tom Brady’s suspension for tampering with game balls and obstructing an investigation is heading to federal court. So why is the issue of Brady’s reluctance or inability to share his cellphone records getting a lot of attention?
A recent federal court decision about accidental cellphone dialing, known popularly as “butt dialing,” raises some interesting privacy issues that could affect millions of people.
If the police may have cause to search your Facebook account using a warrant, the popular social media service won’t be able to help you – at least in New York state.
Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, leads an interactive discussion about the myriad issues, history, and opinions related to the First and Fourth Amendments.