U.S. Supreme Court Accepts Cell Phone Privacy Case with Transnational Implications

ABA Section of International Law, Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Rights Committee Quarterly Newsletter, Fall 2017, at 5

2 Pages Posted: 14 Feb 2018

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Richard J. Peltz-Steele

University of Massachusetts School of Law at Dartmouth

Date Written: October 1, 2017

Abstract

A privacy case headed to the U.S. Supreme Court will give justices an opportunity to examine “the third-party doctrine” in U.S. constitutional law. The doctrine manifests a central feature of American privacy policy, marking a divide that has flummoxed transnational data transfer negotiators.

Keywords: Privacy, Law, United States Supreme Court, Constitution, Data Protection, International, Fourth Amendment

JEL Classification: K14, K19, K33

Suggested Citation

Peltz-Steele, Richard J., U.S. Supreme Court Accepts Cell Phone Privacy Case with Transnational Implications (October 1, 2017). ABA Section of International Law, Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Rights Committee Quarterly Newsletter, Fall 2017, at 5. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3114302

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