Cell Phone Surveillance and Privacy Protections

Blog Post: Cell Phone Surveillance Costs Can Change Privacy Protections
A Yale study found that cell phone surveillance by law enforcement can cost as little as $.04 an hour. For manual surveillance, it could cost $250 an hour.
Decreasing costs of surveillance should trigger increased police surveillance under the Fourth Amendment otherwise there is too large of balance in favor of law enforcement over an individual’s privacy rights.
Read the full post by Jeffrey Lapin on Lapin Law Offices website: Cell Phone Surveillance Costs Can Change Privacy Protections

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About Jeffrey Lapin
Caring. Passionate. Dedicated. I represent injured, abused and disabled clients in Lincoln and throughout Nebraska.

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