Dec 022015
 December 2, 2015  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Orin Kerr writes:

On Tuesday, the 11th Circuit handed down a new computer search decision, United States v. Johnson, that both sharpens and deepens the circuit split on how the private search doctrine of the Fourth Amendment applies to computers. Johnson isn’t a likely candidate for Supreme Court review. But it does leave the private search doctrine in computer searches ripe for Supreme Court review in other cases working their way through the courts.

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