In a conversation for the Brennan Center for Justice, Fellow Andrew Cohen and University of California, Berkeley School of Law professor Orin Kerr discuss evolving Fourth Amendment standards and the impact advancing technology could have on potential privacy protections. They also discussed how changes on the U.S. Supreme Court might impact surveillance and policing rulings. “I’m expecting continued evolution,” Kerr said. “The lower courts are disagreeing on a lot of Fourth Amendment issues involving technology, and that will likely prompt Supreme Court review in the next few years on those issues.”
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