Monday, May 20, 2013

Cell phone users 'have no legitimate expectation of privacy' - judge

Turn off your mobile phone and remove the battery whenever you wish the retain your fourth amendment rights.

Source: Russia Today

“Given the ubiquity and celebrity of geolocation technologies, an individual has no legitimate expectation of privacy in the prospective of a cellular telephone where that individual has failed to protect his privacy by taking the simple expedient of powering it off,” New York magistrate judge Gary Brown wrote. 

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