Adapting 4th Amendment Standards To Connected Tech

By Jennifer Huddleston and Anne Philpot (November 14, 2019, 2:03 PM EST) -- Should Fitbit data be used to determine the time of a victim's death in a murder investigation? Last year, a police department in California did exactly that.[1] In Iowa, the FBI accessed similar data in its efforts to find a missing college student and runner, Mollie Tibbetts.[2] As internet of things devices like smart speakers and connected doorbells continue to grow in popularity, the technology is starting to find its way into courtroom evidence....

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