Daily Archives: June 14, 2018

The Economist: How data-driven policing threatens human freedom

The Economist: How data-driven policing threatens human freedom An excerpt and interview with Andrew Ferguson, author of “The Rise of Big Data Policing”

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NYTimes: Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Law Enforcement Uses to Crack Devices

NYTimes: Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Law Enforcement Uses to Crack Devices by Jack Nicas: Apple has long positioned the iPhone as a secure device that only its owner can open. That has led to battles with law … Continue reading

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New Yorker: Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy?

New Yorker: Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy? by Louis Menand (magazine title: “Nowhere to Hide”): Big Tech wants to exploit our personal data, and the government wants to keep tabs on us. But “privacy” isn’t what’s really … Continue reading

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MO: Reading SW to def at execution is not “custodial interrogation”

Police entered defendant’s house with a search warrant. Defendant was handcuffed and the contents of the search warrant were read to her. Her responses were not custodial interrogation when she admitted where drugs were in the house. State v. Craig, … Continue reading

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S.D.N.Y.: Exclusionary rule doesn’t apply to revocation of supervised release

The exclusionary rule does not apply to revocation of supervised release proceedings. United States v. Hightower, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98320 (S.D. N.Y. June 12, 2018). The renter of the rental car was in it, and he voluntarily consented to … Continue reading

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