The Supreme Court considered a clash between a rental car contract’s boilerplate and the Fourth Amendment’s privacy protections.
Border agents say the electronic searches have stopped terrorism suspects and criminals, but privacy advocates call them an invasive violation of the Constitution.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments next week about whether drivers not listed in rental car agreements give up their privacy rights.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a blockbuster clash on privacy rights in the electronic age. It started with stolen smartphones.
Justices will hear cases on how elections are conducted, on the right to privacy in the digital age and on whether religion can justify discrimination.
By CAITLIN DICKERSON July 5, 2017 Immigration lawyers in Miami-Dade County are challenging its practice of jailing people on behalf of federal immigration authorities, in a case that could test the Trump administration’s attempts to pressure so-called...