Jun 232021
 
 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Samantha Hawkins reports on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Lange v. California: Raising the bar for the exception to warrant requirements under the Fourth Amendment, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday that police should get less leeway when investigating misdemeanor crimes versus felonies in progress. “The flight of a suspected misdemeanant does [Read More…]

Jun 232021
 
 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Business, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Jason Kelley writes: Over the past year, the use of online proctoring apps has skyrocketed. But while companies have seen upwards of a 500% increase in their usage, legitimate concerns about their invasiveness, potential bias, and efficacy are also on the rise. These concerns even led to a U.S. Senate inquiry letter requesting detailed information from three of [Read More…]

Jun 232021
 
 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

From TheNewspaper.com: Wisconsin Supreme Court tells police they need to get a warrant before taking blood from unconscious drivers. Police in Wisconsin may no longer draw blood from unconscious motorists following a state Supreme Court ruling last week. The justices declared unconstitutional a provision of state law stating unresponsive motorists [Read More…]