Court Cautions On Cellphone Subscribers’ Right To Privacy

Police cannot use mere suspicion to compel telecom companies to disclose tracking data on cellphone subscribers, an Alberta court has ruled. The judgment is the first of its kind since Parliament passed a new Act broadening the scope of warrantless searches: “Don’t use vague language that implicates everybody in a dragnet”.

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