Susan Freiwald

University of San Francisco School of Law

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Associate dean at the University of San Francisco School of Law, focuses on communications tech and law.

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The Supreme Court today ruled that the government needs a warrant to gather cell phone location data.

Supreme Court rules on cell phones and privacy rights

The Supreme Court today ruled that the government needs a warrant to gather cell phone location data.

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