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Supreme Court Holds That Traffic Stop Following 911 Call Reporting Dangerous Driving Complied With Fourth Amendment

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a traffic stop complied with the Fourth Amendment because under the totality of circumstances, the officer had a reasonable suspicion that the driver was intoxicated.   154 more words

Drunk Driving

Spy News Monday: Forfeiting Our Fourth Amendment Rights

Within the past week, Facebook began releasing its latest app feature called “Nearby Friends.” Undoubtedly, many social butterflies will jump at the chance to get this app on their phone and monitor their friends’ locations all the time. 583 more words

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America’s founders were not thinking about computers when they wrote the Bill of Rights

by Daniel Zwerdling

Science-fiction writers have fantasized for years about the government monitoring everything we do. For example, there’s a classic scene in the 2002 movie  306 more words

United States v. Drivdahl, 014 WL 896734 (D.Mont.), March 2014

 * Distinguishes United States v. Keith, 2013 WL 5918524 (D.Mass. Nov. 5, 2013)

Facts: Defendant was charged with receipt and distribution of CP. The basis for these charges originated with a CyberTipline Report made to NCMEC in February 2013 via an employee at Google. 923 more words

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