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Social Media and Law Enforcement

The privacy individuals enjoy at home and in private has not been extended to our social media presence and law enforcement organizations have begun using this information to investigate, corroborate and prosecute individuals. 1,326 more words

General Crime

The Left's War on Our First, Second, and Fourth Amendments - Geller Report

The left is at war in the information battle-space. Make no mistake, it’s war. And too many Americans are clueless or apathetic. But there are no casual bystanders in this war. 21 more words

The Government Is Probably Going to Win on the Michael Cohen TRO Motion

The government filed its opposition to Michael Cohen’s motion for a temporary restraining order today. I wrote earlier this week about the search warrant and noted that there would be a court battle coming. 1,269 more words

Search Warrant

Know Your Rights - Part 4

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures… 275 more words

Search and Seizure - Mark Zuckerberg

Where does the FOURTH AMENDMENT stand on unreasonable search and seizure of a person’s private papers and effects? Where does it state, under what provision, amendment, article or law, that ‘we the people’ have privacy rights? 704 more words


Government Surveillance and Fourth Amendment Implications

Stored Communications Act

Congress enacted the Stored Communications Act (SCA) as Title II of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA).[1]It regulates when an electronic communication service provider may disclose a customer’s e-mails, text messages, tweets or other electronic communications. 1,421 more words

General Crime