Feb 222016
 February 22, 2016  Court

From EPIC:

The Supreme Court will hear arguments today in Utah v. Strieff. At issue is the use of evidence obtained from government databases following an illegal police stop. In a brief signed by twenty-one technical experts and legal scholars, EPIC warned about the vast amount of personal data, much of it inaccurate, stored in government databases and pointed to the failure of the Justice Department to enforce Privacy Act safeguards. EPIC argued that “a diminished Fourth Amendment standard coupled with a weakened Privacy Act is truly a recipe for a loss of liberty in America.” EPIC had filed amicus briefs in several related Supreme Court cases, including  Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial DistrictTolentino v. New York, and Herring v. U.S..

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