Sunday, November 24, 2013

Americans have "no reasonable expectation" to privacy when it comes to phone calls they make

Source: Courthouse News

Americans have "no reasonable expectation" to privacy when it comes to the telephone calls they make, Assistant Attorney General Stuart Delery said at a packed hearing in federal court.
"People assume that phone companies are recording phone numbers and how long the call lasted," he said. "We know that because all of us get the bills with those details."

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