The Supreme Court might make it easier for cops to tap your cell phone

Every year, judges issue thousands of wiretap orders, a type of warrant that allows law enforcement to listen in to phone calls and even read text messages. And if the federal government gets its way in front of the Supreme Court this week, obtaining a wiretap could become even easier.

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that will decide whether evidence obtained from wiretaps that go beyond their geographic jurisdiction should be allowed at trial. Right now, the rules Congress set 50 years ago to regulate wiretap orders prohibit what’s called....

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