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USA: Carpenter v. U.S. a "Watershed Moment" for Digital Privacy

June 28, 2018, DataGuidance

Kate Goodloe is quoted in a DataGuidance article examining the significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Carpenter v. U.S. “While Carpenter does not overrule the third party doctrine, it substantially limits its application. [Furthermore,] the decision anticipates that users have a legitimate expectation of privacy in data created, owned, and maintained by third party companies. That is particularly important today, as we see a surge of new data types powered by the Internet of Things and new advances in artificial intelligence. Carpenter contemplates that the Fourth Amendment may extend to that data, including the many types of highly personal information collected and sent through connected devices.”

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