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Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking Being Challenged in Courts, Senate [FEATURE]

Submitted by David Borden on

The police can -- and do -- track your cell phone without a warrant, and they are increasingly resorting to it in the wake of the January Supreme Court decision barring warrantless GPS tracking. Chronicle feature story by Clarence Walker online here.

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