Court: Privacy Outweighs Public Interest in Dispute Over Cell Tracking Records

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The public doesn’t have a right to information on criminal cases involving warrantless cellphone tracking if the defendant was acquitted or had their case dismissed, a federal appeals court in Washington ruled Friday.

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