Aug 282020
 
 August 28, 2020  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Theodore F. Claypoole of  Womble Bond Dickinson writes:

I am an advocate of providing law enforcement officers the newest technology to do their jobs well.

If there is a recording of an event, the police should be able to use it.

If a stingray can capture cell phone conversation, with appropriate procedural limitation, an officer should be able to listen and record.

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But I am concerned about reports that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency is now building a searchable database of all of the data taken off of devices seized from travelers over the years.

Read more on National Law Review.

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