Justice Stevens in Atlanta: Phone Data Collection Is 'Price We Pay'

Retired U.S. justice says 4th Amendment has its limits during speech at Georgia State

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Retired U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens on Wednesday spoke to more than 500 lawyers, federal and state judges and law students in Atlanta, focusing on what he said were the limits of the Fourth Amendment's application to the government collection of cellphone data.

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Originally appeared in print as Justice Stevens: Phone data collection is 'price we pay' Stevens: Phone data collection is 'price we pay'

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