Supreme Court: no government location tracking without a warrant

Supreme Court: no government location tracking without a warrant

The Supreme Court has ruled in the closely watched Carpenter v. United States case, which questioned the constitutionality of warrantless location surveillance, a widespread practice among US law enforcement and surveillance agencies.
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California lawmakers advance a net neutrality bill implementing some protections but not a proposed zero-rating ban that went beyond the FCC’s 2015 regulations

California lawmakers advance a net neutrality bill implementing some protections but not a proposed zero-rating ban that went beyond the FCC’s 2015 regulations


Marguerite Reardon / CNET:

California lawmakers advance a net neutrality bill implementing some protections but not a proposed zero-rating ban that went beyond the FCC’s 2015 regulations  —  California will not be the poster child for the nation’s strongest set of net neutrality protections, as lawmakers …