Report: Fourth Amendment red flags are raised after a week of data collection

After one week of data tracking through mobile devices, Fourth Amendment rights potentially are being violated, according to a paper published in the New York University Journal of Law and Liberty. The paper emphasizes that the "mosaic theory" of data pings paints a detailed picture of a person, even if direct location data do not reveal health or other sensitive information.

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