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Update Required? Analyzing the Electronic Communications Privacy Act

By   /  September 30, 2017  /  Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, Fourth Amendment, National Security Law, Right to Privacy Online, Searches & Seizures, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

By Carly Nuttall Most people understand that statements shared on Twitter, status updates posted on Facebook, or photos uploaded to Instagram are not private. But what about emails, text messages, health and financial records, or photos stored in the cloud? Although most people would assume that this information is protected—both by passwords and the Fourth […]

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The Third Party Records Doctrine and Privacy in the Digital Age and Its Role in National Security

By   /  April 30, 2016  /  National Security Law  /  No Comments

Everyday that passes the expectation of privacy of individuals diminishes. The newest technological crazes revolve around monitoring our day-to-day activities and maximizing every second we have. From wristwatches that measure your heart rate and let you read email or text messages at the same time, to smart meters installed at our houses collecting minute-by-minute data […]

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The FBI and Technology: Do We Have an Expectation of Privacy?

By   /  October 13, 2010  /  Unsorted  /  No Comments

In a speech last week at the State of Domestic Intelligence Reform conference organized by the Bipartisan Policy Center, FBI director Robert Mueller stressed the importance of improving the FBI’s use of technology to monitor potential threats to homeland security.  Focusing on internet communications, Mr. Mueller explained that while technology may give law enforcement officials […]

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