Get a warrant: The Supreme Court is right to insist that cellphone location information is protected under the Fourth Amendment

Ninety-five percent of American adults carry cellphones, and we carry them everywhere: to work, to the drycleaner, to the doctor’s office, to the bathroom. Every few seconds, these devices ping, sending a signal back to the service provider indicating ...

Watch Trump repeatedly insist he can't stop family separations before announcing that he plans to stop family separations

President Trump has continually emphasized that he was powerless to end his administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the border, blaming Democrats for laws that required the practice even though the separations began after Trump began ...

U.S. phone companies limit sharing of location data, while Canadian carriers insist they already do

After media reports showed how the location of cellphone users in the U.S. and Canada could be obtained without their consent, wireless carriers in the U.S. say they will scale back the location data-sharing relationships that allowed the privacy breaches ...