Cell-Site Simulators and the Fourth Amendment: Government Surveillance By James B. Astrachan and Christopher J. Lyon

In June 2001, the late Justice Antonin Scalia remarked, "It would be foolish to contend that the degree of privacy secured to citizens by the Fourth Amendment has been entirely unaffected by the advance of technology." Kyllo v. U.S., 533 U.S. 27, 33-34 (2001). The Supreme Court, addressing government surveillance, confronted the question of "what limits there are upon this power of technology to shrink the realm of guaranteed privacy."
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In June 2001, the late Justice Antonin Scalia remarked, "It would be foolish to contend that the degree of privacy secured to citizens by the Fourth Amendment has been entirely unaffected by the advance of technology." Kyllo v. U.S., 533 U.S. 27, 33-34 (2001). The Supreme Court, addressing government surveillance, confronted the question of "what limits there are upon this power of technology to shrink the realm of guaranteed privacy."

James B. Astrachan is a principal in the Astrachan Gunst Thomas, P.C. law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. He is co-author of THE LAW OF ADVERTISING, a six-volume treatise published by Matthew Bender LexisNexis since 1972. He is a practicing intellectual property attorney and a long-time adjunct law professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law.

Christopher J. Lyon is a principal in the Astrachan Gunst Thomas, P.C. law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a trial attorney who counsels businesses on intellectual property and commercial disputes as well as employment matters and privacy rights.

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