Jun 062011
 
 June 6, 2011  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

It’s been a looong-running legal case, but Nick Dean of the Student Press Law Center reports:

A federal district court ruled Friday that a former college student who published a First Amendment-protected satirical newsletter was deprived of his right against unreasonable search and seizure when police confiscated his computer.

Read more on SPLC, where they provide the background and timeline of the case.

Congratulations to Thomas Mink and his legal team for hanging in there to fight this one.

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