Our municipality provides free wireless internet to residents and visitors. The server stores log in information, user ID, and location/duration of the device logged on. The police administrators use that information to track employees, citizens, political groups and activists. They use the server information to identify and track the movement individuals without warrant, probable cause or even suspicion of an offence. Is this a 4th amendment violation event though the server is owned and operated by the municipality?
1 Answer from Attorneys
I am certain your question is bogus.
Nevertheless even if it wasn't, the question would not be appropriate for this website.