Riley v. California: Good News for the Cloud But Don’t Over Read the Results

The United States Supreme Court overlooked the birth of the pager, the car phone, the cell phone, the Internet, social media, GPS and other ubiquitous tracking of individuals, and the cloud. With its 2012 decision in United States v. Jones, limiting the warrantless use of GPS tracking devices, it appeared that at least a majority of the justices had awakened at least enough to notice that technology had changed the world.

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