November 27, 2012
Internet-service subscribers can’t hide from police behind their IP addresses, the numbers assigned to devices connecting online.
Now a federal court in Pittsburgh has ruled that people who piggyback on their neighbors’ Wi-Fi networks forfeit privacy too.
The ruling, issued this month, was the first to address the Fourth Amendment rights of such people and the latest to shed light on technologies used by police to locate criminal suspects.
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