Jun 052019
 June 5, 2019  Posted by  Business, Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Seen at TheNewspaper.com:

The Georgia Supreme Court later this month will hear a case which will direct how state law treats privacy issues in the modern age. At issue is whether police should be required to obtain a warrant before downloading black box data from an automobile. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) last month weighed in on behalf of Victor Lamont Mobley, who says law enforcement went too far when they downloaded speed data from his Dodge Charger on December 15, 2014, without consulting a judge first.

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  One Response to “Georgia Supreme Court To Decide On Black Box Privacy”

  1. Wanna bet the court allows the black-box data?
    Georgia isn’t exactly privacy central, especially when law enforcement wants it.
    I’m pessimistic, but hopeful that a warrant will be required. OTOH, after any accident, what judge would refuse to sign a warrant for the data?

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