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