Can the US government can subpoena a person’s location history from their cell phone company?

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I came across this article by Mark D. Rasch, J.D., a former head of the Justice Department's computer crime unit, who now serves as a lawyer specializing in computer crime, computer security, and privacy matters. He explains how it is easy for the US government to subpoena a person's location history from their cell phone company:

…I had long wished that somebody from the legal community would weigh in on this– thanks Mark!

The value of investing in HCI: a practical example from the world of NCAA football

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I'm interested in ways to communicate the value of investing in HCI to business leaders. Here's a nice story that the non-technical person can relate to, it shows how the failure to consider HCI factors led to some regrettable calls in last year's NCAA championship football game: