A bipartisan array of U.S. legislators introduced a bill that would prevent police from gaining access to a person's mobile phone location or tracking their GPS without first obtaining a search warrant. Currently, law enforcement can inspect certain e-mail or other online communications after gaining subpoenas when showing "reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing." The bill's sponsors say rules for granting police access to GPS data and mobile locations have failed to evolve with the technology.
Bill targets warrantless mobile searches
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