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Facebook is reportedly facing off against the Manhattan district attorney over the government's demand for the contents of hundreds of the social media giant's accounts.
A federal appeals court ruled that law enforcement officials must first obtain a warrant before they can attach a GPS device to a suspect’s car.
OlenderFeldman LLP's Christian Jensen explains how the New Jersey decision that individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their cell phone location data could have far reaching
The U.S. Supreme Court case of Missouri v. McNeely decided that nonconsensual and warrantless blood draws could not usually be conducted, even in the case of a suspected drunk driver.
In order to gain access to comments a 12-year old student allegedly made on Facebook, a school in Minnewaska, Minnesota ordered the student to reveal her username and password for the social networking site.
A US federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that law officers have the right to search a cellphone for its phone number without a warrant, following a recent Indiana case in which prosecutors used evidence that police found on cellphones during an arrest.
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