Oct 162017
 October 16, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S. No Responses »

FourthAmendment.com makes us aware of this opinion: An order compelling persons to provide fingerprints to unlock Apple devices doesn’t violation the self-incrimination clause of the Fifth Amendment. In re Search Warrant Application for [Name Redacted by the Court], 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 169384 (N.D. Ill. Sept. 18, 2017): The United [Read More…]

Oct 152017

Inside Privacy writes: In a speech delivered at the United States Naval Academy on October 10, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein waded into the public debate between data privacy and law enforcement interests.  As part of a discussion moderated by former Covington cybersecurity attorney Jeff Kosseff, Rosenstein’s remarks discussed cyber [Read More…]

Oct 112017
 October 11, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S. No Responses »

“While the government has the right to execute its warrant, it does not have the right to rummage through the information contained on DreamHost’s website and discover the identity of, or access communications by, individuals not participating in alleged criminal activity, particularly those persons who were engaging in protected First [Read More…]