Carpenter v. U.S. and the Privacy of Cellphone Location Data
Braden Perry, a former federal enforcement attorney who is now a regulatory and government investigations attorney with Kennyhertz Perry, discussed the Supreme Court case Carpenter v. U.S., and the privacy of cellphone location data with biggerlawfirm.com, a publication that reports on legal tech news.
“The amount of data “voluntarily” given to third parties is significant,” Perry said. “What many individuals don’t know or are blind to is the amount of information you provide the cellphone companies or internet service providers by simply using your phone. If the Supreme Court rules that there is no expectation of privacy in information provided to these companies, it is a setback for those interested in protecting personal data,” he said.
About Braden Perry
Braden Perry is a litigation, regulatory and government investigations attorney with Kennyhertz Perry, LLC. Mr. Perry has the unique tripartite experience of a white-collar criminal defense and government compliance, investigations, and litigation attorney at a national law firm; a senior enforcement attorney at a federal regulatory agency; and the Chief Compliance Officer/Chief Regulatory Attorney of a global financial institution. Mr. Perry has extensive experience advising clients in government inquiries and investigations, particularly in enforcement matters involving emerging or novel issues. He couples his technical knowledge and experience defending clients in front of federal agencies with a broad-based understanding of compliance from an institutional and regulatory perspective.
About Kennyhertz Perry, LLC
Kennyhertz Perry, LLC is a business and litigation law firm representing clients in highly regulated industries. The firm was founded by two veteran Kansas City attorneys, John Kennyhertz and Braden Perry. To learn more about the firm, visit kennyhertzperry.com.