Jun 152011
 June 15, 2011  Court, Surveillance

FourthAmendment.com draws our attention to an interesting law review article, commenting:

A different perspective: essentially, that the Fourth Amendment should treat computers in a way that rejects a distinction between the physical storage medium and its contents. This is a departure from how most other writers have approached the subject…

Read:  Josh Goldfoot, The Physical Computer and the Fourth Amendment, 16 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 112 (2011)

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