Daily Archives: April 17, 2019

ScotusBlog: Argument preview: Justices to weigh constitutionality of state law allowing blood test of unconscious drivers without a warrant

ScotusBlog: Argument preview: Justices to weigh constitutionality of state law allowing blood test of unconscious drivers without a warrant by Amy Howe re Mitchell v. Wisconsin being argued April 23, 2019.

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N.D.Ga.: IP information is not governed by Carpenter

IP information is not governed by Carpenter. “Obtaining information from Kik, Sprint, and Comcast did not allow law enforcement to track Defendant Jenkins’s physical location over an extended period. At most, it allowed them a lead in identifying him — … Continue reading

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TN: Without affidavit for SW being in record, search issues waived

“Because the affidavit is not part of the record and because the Defendant includes no argument regarding the validity of the search warrant, we consider any challenge to the search conducted pursuant to the search warrant waived.” State v. Green, … Continue reading

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Forbes: Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without A Warrant, Closes Fourth Amendment Loophole

Forbes: Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without A Warrant, Closes Fourth Amendment Loophole by Nick Sibilla:

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Law.com: Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Amendment: When Alexa Can Be a Witness Against You

Law.com: Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Amendment: When Alexa Can Be a Witness Against You by Katherine B. Forrest: Today, artificial intelligence is actually able to provide much of the same evidence that human witnesses can, with a higher degree … Continue reading

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NYT: The Privacy Project

NYT: The Privacy Project:

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