Michael Dorausch

AT&T has entered the legal fracas over whether court warrants are required for the government to obtain their customers’ cell-site location history.
The telecom, while not siding one way or the other, said Monday the courts should adopt a uniform policy nationwide. As it now stands, there’s conflicting appellate rulings on the matter. The Supreme Court has yet to decide the issue.
The Dallas, Texas-based company told [PDF] the following to 11th US Circuit Court of Appeals, which is considering the issue:
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