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Topic - Hanni Fakhoury
Rulings on contraception and recess appointments may have grabbed bigger headlines, but the Supreme Court's decision last month requiring police to get a warrant before snooping through someone's cellphone is likely to have a bigger lasting impact.
In the age of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat, people know more about each other’s lives faster than ever before. Is anything private anymore?
"There's language in the opinion that suggests the court is going to be receptive to pro-privacy arguments we're going to raise," said Hanni Fakhoury, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has brought some of the lawsuits that are pushing a rethink of understanding of privacy.
"For one of the very first times, the court is thinking like a regular person. It's talking about apps; it's talking about [how] you carry 1,000 pictures. It's talking about [the] real world," Mr. Fakhoury of EFF said.