In a first of its kind case, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court suppressed data obtained from a "cell tower dump" warrant. As noted here:
The SJC ruled Friday in Commonwealth v. Perry that police must get warrants before running tower dumps, which the court described as a relatively novel law enforcement tool that provides investigators with the cell site location information (CSLI) for all devices that connect to specific phone towers during a particular time frame.
You can read the decision here.
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