Warrantless Search of Wi-Fi Network OK’d by Superior Court

By Zack Needles, The Legal Intelligencer

Defense counsel said the ruling opens the door to allow for “geotracking” through Wi-Fi.

In a ruling defense counsel said exposes individuals to “geotracking” through their use of Wi-Fi, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that law enforcement did not need a warrant to obtain evidence that a defendant’s cellphone had been logged on to a campus’ wireless network at the time an assault and robbery took place in a nearby dorm.

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