Explainer Episode 7 – Carpenter v. United States

In this episode, Ashley Baker and Jennifer Huddleston discuss the implications of the famous privacy case, in which the Supreme Court decided that the warrant-less seizure of the plaintiff’s cell phone records violated his Fourth Amendment rights.

Ashley Baker

Director of Public Policy

Committee for Justice

Jennifer Huddleston

Technology Policy Research Fellow

Cato Institute

Cyber & Privacy

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