In the “golden age of surveillance,” our cellphones are subject to governmental surveillance. Government enforcement agencies have two ways to surveil cellphones. They can do it through a phone company, or directly using a Stingray device. United States v. Davis Implies that Cell-phones Surveillance Through A Phone Company Does Not Subject to Fourth Amendment Prohibition, and Thus Calls for A Legislative Intervention.   A recent en banc decision in United States v. Davis.. Read More