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In a ruling that could have broad implications for privacy rights in the digital age, justices on both sides of the ideological spectrum said rapid advances in technology make decades-old rules on data privacy inadequate. It was another in a series of digital privacy verdicts issued by the Supreme Court, following rulings in recent years that police cannot use GPS equipment to track vehicles or search cellphones without a warrant. 

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