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Daily Dashboard | ACLU: Carpenter ruling could inform state-level cases Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Dec. 14, 2018

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In a blog post, the American Civil Liberties Union looks at the ruling from the Carpenter v. United States case and how it could potentially impact a group of cases in Massachusetts and Maine. The Massachusetts and Maine Supreme Judicial Courts are hearing cases involving whether law enforcement needs to obtain warrants to track cellphone location data in real time and access location data from an ankle monitor, as well as whether constitutional rights would be violated if an ankle monitor should be installed without individualized justification. The ACLU states the upcoming cases should give the Massachusetts and Maine courts an opportunity to apply the Carpenter ruling to “different, but no less important facts.”
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