US Supreme Court Considers Limiting Police Tracking Via Mobile Phone Data

The United States Supreme Court is considering implementing limits on police tracking using mobile phone data to monitor the activity of Americans, according to The Guardian. Justices expressed concerns regarding authorities’ ability to obtain information from mobile phone companies without a court-issued warrant, the report said. The country’s highest court could possibly conclude such a practice is an unreasonable search and seizure under the fourth amendment of the Constitution. “Most Americans, I still think, want to avoid big brother,” said liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor. “They want to avoid the concept that government will be able to see and locate you anywhere you are at any point in…