Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Today's Show: Feds Tracking Your Cell Phone

4:30pm EST - We've seen the detective shows, where the police think they have zeroed in on the criminal but need to tap their phone for that final proof. What do they do? Get a warrant! But what if the police want to locate the position of a suspect, using GPS to find someone via his or her cell phone? Do they need a warrant for that? According to the Obama administration, no, because Americans enjoy no "reasonable expectation of privacy." What could that mean for average citizen? Joining us this afternoon to discuss whether this is an invasion of privacy, Mariko Hirose, legal fellow with the ACLU First Amendment Working Group.

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