MSNBC: SCOTUS Rules Police Need a Warrant to Get Your Cell Phone Location Info
WILLIAMS: "Big victory for privacy advocates here. The Supreme Court has said that when the police want to use your cell phone to track your movements, they have to get a search warrant. Now that’s a big deal because so many Americans, something like 95 percent of us own a cell phone. And what happens is as you travel around using your cell phone, it connects to different towers as you move around, that’s why they call it cells, cell phones. And the phone company keeps a record of every time your phone connects to a different tower."