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The U.S. has used the All Writs Act at least three times - most recently in 1980 - to compel a phone company to provide a list of dialed numbers, but in those cases the technology and tools already existed, said Jennifer Granick, an attorney and director of civil liberties and the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.
"The court correctly recognized the important differences between limited surveillance of public activities possible through visual surveillance ... and the sort of extended, invasive, pervasive, always-on tracking that GPS devices allow," she said.