Privacy Law after U.S. v. Jones in the Supreme Court of the United States
is discussed by Berin Szoka and Charlie Kennedy
in a CNET News Politics and Law guest column
at Supremes to Congress: Bring privacy law into 21st century
Among other things, Szoka is president of TechFreedom and Charlie Kennedy is a TechFreedom senior adjunct fellow.
For those inclined to political action, they write at the close of the article concerning the U.S. Supreme Court's failure to clear up the privacy standard:
"By signing the "Not Without a Warrant" petition, you can support [the] bipartisan effort to the bring the Fourth Amendment into the digital age -- by giving law enforcement access to private information only when courts determine they have established probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed or is about to be committed. That requirement is the crown jewel of our civil rights, and so long as the Court doesn't protect it, Congress must. "Read the whole thing as an interesting take on the status of privacy law in the USA currently.