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Would Judge Neil Gorsuch Compel You to Unlock Your Phone?

I figure this issue (which is really two different legal issues) may very well reach the Supreme Court during Judge Neil Gorsuch’s time on the court (assuming he’s confirmed), so I decided to do some digging on two issues: 2,042 more words

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6 Groundbreaking Moments in Criminal Justice

Throughout history, the criminal justice system—both domestic and abroad—has been consistently challenged to develop innovations to combat the growing threats that confront society. Here are six historical moments that forever changed how law and order is preserved. 735 more words

Emily Stone Series

Using A Handheld Device For Work And To Investigate A Murder

Last night I had several dreams that I remembered, I woke up several times during the night thinking about some dreams, but each time I accidentally went back to sleep without voice recording them which led to me forgetting most of my dreams except for some random dream fragments. 351 more words

Dream Journal

#Vault7: How the CIA steals hacking fingerprints to cover its tracks

Published time: 7 Mar, 2017 20:44

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The CIA can hide its own fingerprints from its hacking exploits and attribute blame to others, such as Russia and China, according to WikiLeaks’ Year Zero confidential data release. 489 more words

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Today's #Forensic News around the Globe: Crime rate within crime labs increasing

From the archives. Smithsonian talks about the career of a very reclusive founding father of scientific approaches to trace evidence analysis who worked from 1929 to 1954. 322 more words

Criminal Justice

Fingerprints on Our Hearts

Today was the day I decided to clean the patio doors.  There wasn’t just a few smooshes there was dog nose smooshes…all over.  Well, all over the bottom 1/3 of the door as Rocky is just a little dog.  852 more words


Judge denies blanket right to compel fingerprint iPhone unlocking

In May 2016, government lawyers requested warrant to enter a building in Lancaster, California, seize mobile devices, and to force anyone inside – or in the immediate vicinity – to… 742 more words