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The Fourth Amendment and querying the 702 database for evidence of crimes

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I’ve been posting about the reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) for some time now. It’s still not too late to contact your congress folks to protect our freedoms.

This guy raises an interesting point that goes beyond Section 702 into regular seizures of computers, tablets and phones. At what point does a seizure become a search, and what are the 4th Amendment implications?

This is a good read. Read more here.

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