Keeping it in the District, it's been a busy week for the Supreme Court, earlier this week, the court's decision on sales tax sent shares of online retailers like etsy and wayfair lower. Today, a major ruling on privacy in the digital age.
- the court ruled that warrants are generally needed to collect cellphone data.
The ACLU and privacy rights advocates are calling this a victory, what does this mean for tech companies? Where do they stand?
More than a dozen technology companies including Apple, Facebook, Google and our parent - Verizon filed a brief that argued the court should adopt strong protections for digital data. What's the practical effect of this decision?