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Daily Dashboard | Kentucky court rules police need warrant to ping cell phones Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Feb. 21, 2020

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The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled police must obtain a court warrant before using real-time cell phone data to locate an individual, WDRB.com reports. The court said the process, known as “pinging,” raises “significant, legitimate privacy concerns,” while Judge Denise Clayton wrote individuals “have a reasonable expectation of privacy.” An exception can be made in “compelling” cases where immediate action is justified, the court ruled.
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