Politics & Government

June 26, 2014 6:40 AM

Does the Supreme Court cellphone ruling hint at broader curbs on surveillance?

The words “National Security Agency” appear nowhere in the Supreme Court’s opinion Wednesday prohibiting cellphone searches without a warrant. But the unanimous ruling makes clear that the nation’s most important jurists are tuned in to the roiling debate about high-tech surveillance and concerned about government officials going too far.

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