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    But the ruling is what set out the two tests for there to be an expectation of privacy. What I am saying is that under the ruling, there is reasonable expectation of privacy.

    The question that was asked in the majority opinion was, does society believe there is an expectation of privacy? They then went on to say no, because the phone companies routinely used that data for billing purposes, etc. I am saying if you ask that question today, especially for someone using encryption services, the answer is yes.

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