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Virginia legislators patron landmark bills to protect civil liberties RICHMOND, Va., Jan.
Americans are more sensitive when it comes to searches of their personal electronics than other personal effects NEW YORK, Aug.
The Supreme Court handed down a single ruling after having heard two separate cases dealing with the issue of expectation of privacy as it pertains to one's cell phone or personal electronic device.
Microsoft has challenged the authority of federal prosecutors in the United States to force it to hand over customer emails that were stored in an Ireland data center.
University of Cincinnati research compares practices used by fashion industry casting directors to the New York City Police Department's controversial stop-and-frisk program.
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.
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.
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