How our expectations of privacy has been morphed by the technology and its widespread development

The US Supreme Court will soon address the legality of allowing the police to monitor the movements of the US mobile phone users without a warrant. The issue in the case before the Supreme Court in US v. Jones is whether the police officers can track suspects’ car via a GPS device without first obtaining a warrant.  In that case, the suspect was surveilled for some 28 days by the law enforcement GPS device planted without a warrant.  The question before the Court there is whether the defendant had a legitimate expectation of privacy as his car was at all
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