The Supreme Court ruled Friday that cops need a search warrant to get information about where people have been from their cell phones. The 5-4 decision, written by Chief Justice John Roberts, sets a strong legal limit on how much of your digital data the government can access. But the justices also stressed that these limits apply only to the type of data at question in the case: historical location information. The justices made clear they weren’t weighing in on real-time location records or data related to foreign affairs or national security. Even so, the ruling is a strong rebuke of the government's encroachment on technological advances. Hit link in bio to watch. (By: @isabellamc_, @2bunniesinlove, @kriscave, and @firststepsnewroads)
There are more than four million U.S.-born children who have at least one undocumented immigrant parent. As ICE widens its enforcement, these kids are seeing their families ripped apart. This week on #VICEonHBO, we present a special report, Separated By Birth. See it Friday at 7:30PM and 11PM EDT.
Trump may be ending the policy of child separation but domestic violence victims are still facing deportation.
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