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January 24, 2012

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It's worth noting that when the Court first surveyed the privacy landscape some forty years ago in Katz v. U.S., telephones were connected by wires and global positioning required a map and compass. Today, however, modern technology allows us to connect by "texting," "tweeting," or "facebooking." And finding our precise latitude and longitude on the globe is a matter of simply turning on our cell phones.

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