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How might law enforcement use digital tracking to enforce Georgia’s strict anti-abortion law?

To get access to data from a person’s phone, whether it is chat records, location data or information collected by third-party apps, law enforcement typically must show probable cause and obtain a search warrant, just like if they wanted to search your house, but there are other ways for law enforcement to find data.

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