Wi-Fi Location Ruling Offers Path For Evaluating New Tech

By Allison Grande (November 20, 2012, 10:07 PM EST) -- A Pennsylvania federal judge ruled last week that police officers did not violate the Fourth Amendment when they tracked down a suspected child-pornography distributor through his use of an unsecured Wi-Fi network, a decision attorneys say shows the likely path other courts will take in applying prior U.S. Supreme Court privacy determinations to new technology....

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