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 October 23, 2013  Court, Featured News

Dale Peterson reports on a disturbing court ruling:

The US District Court for the State of Idaho ruled that an ICS product developer’s computer could be seized without him being notified or even heard from in court primarily because he states on his web site “we like hacking things and don’t want to stop”.

Read about the case on Digital Bond.

Update: Dan Goodin points out that the Fourth Amendment isn’t implicated in this case because it’s a civil case, not criminal.

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