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Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Kathleen McGuinness

Supreme Court of Canada Rules That Text Message Monitoring Requires Warrant

Google Announces Open Patent Non-Assertion Pledge

Legal Challenges to “Stingray” Surveillance Devices Continue to Grow

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Posted On Apr - 2 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Samantha Rothberg

Reuters Employee Indicted for Conspiring with Anonymous to Hack News Site

Federal Judge Allows FTC to Serve International Defendants via Facebook

D.C. Circuit Reinstates ACLU Lawsuit Seeking Information on CIA’s Role in Drone Strikes

Google Settles Street View Lawsuit, Acknowledges Privacy Violations

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Posted On Mar - 18 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Ninth Circuit Requires Reasonable Suspicion for Forensic Laptop Searches at the Border

United States v. Cotterman
By Casey Holzapfel ­– Edited by Jessica Vosgerchian

In an en banc decision, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed a decision of the District Court of Arizona suppressing evidence found in a laptop seized by border agents. The Ninth Circuit held that comprehensive searches of electronic devices must meet a standard of reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.

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Posted On Mar - 15 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Ron Gonski

Smartphone Unlockers May Soon Rejoice (Possibly)

U.K. High Court Blacklists Piracy Websites, Raises Possibility of Active Monitoring

Effect of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Clapper Already Being Felt

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Posted On Mar - 11 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Wireless Wiretapping Law for Lack of Standing

Clapper v. Amnesty Int’l USA
By Samantha Rothberg – Edited by Jacob Rogers

The Supreme Court reversed and remanded the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, which had held that a group of attorneys, journalists and human rights organizations had standing to challenge the FISA Amendments Act on the basis of an “objectively reasonable likelihood” that the plaintiffs’ communications would be intercepted under the law.

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Posted On Mar - 9 - 2013 1 Comment READ FULL POST
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