Daily Archives: June 27, 2017

Forbes: The DOJ Wants To Take Away Online Privacy. And A Court Says Okay

Forbes: The DOJ Wants To Take Away Online Privacy. And A Court Says Okay by Frank Miniter:

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D.Kan.: Email and computer SWs were necessarily broad, but not unreasonably broad

“These were not warrants to search for ‘any and all information’ or ‘all computer information’ in defendant’s house. See Christie, 717 F.3d at 1165. Rather, the attachments effectively limited the scope of the searches to material relevant to specific federal … Continue reading

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NYTimes: Jurors Find Video Isn’t Providing 20/20 Vision in Police Shootings

NYTimes: Jurors Find Video Isn’t Providing 20/20 Vision in Police Shootings by Julie Bosman, Mitch Smith, and Michael Wines: Since the 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo. – a shooting that was not … Continue reading

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