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Daily Dashboard | Wis. Supreme Court asked to consider police recovery of cell data Related reading: The rise of US state-level BIPA: Illinois leads, others catching up



A Wisconsin appeals court recommends the state Supreme Court consider a case claiming law enforcement’s recovery of cellphone data to charge a man with homicide violated his Fourth Amendment rights, the Wisconsin Examiner reports. The appeals court said the case raises “novel questions” about applying the Fourth Amendment to the “vast array of digital information contained in modern (cellphones),” adding courts must “clearly delineate the extent to which law enforcement may search, retain, and re-examine” cellphone data.
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