Cellphone Tracking Without Warrant Unconstitutional
The Wall Street Journal online article about cellphone tracking highlights interesting perceptions into the complexities involved between the US Constitution and Statutory Law. WSJ in its article sets out its stall of the various decisions there have been that, on the surface of it, at any rate, illustrate how diverse one US State perceives cellphone tracking compared to another State. A very short Order issued by her Honour Lynn N Hughes made recently in the United States District Court Southern District Of Texas succinctly makes it plain that the standard under partiuclar provisions set out in the Stored Communications Act are below that of the US Constitution Ammendment 4. A copy of the Judgment can be downloaded from WSJ website hughesorder1116.pdf.