Brent Skorup from the Mercatur Institute and George Mason University is interviewed on both the Capenter v United States ruling and his article in the Washington Times with Melodoy Calkins from June 27th, 2017 titled “A Supreme Court Call: On the Third Party Doctrine the Fourth Amendment Should Apply to Phone Data“. The ruling is discussed in detail, and whether or not this is good news for liberty and civil libertarians.
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