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Despite its previous statement that they would only hack one iPhone–the iPhone 5C used by San Bernardino, CA shooter–the Federal Bureau of Investigation told local law enforcement it will now help them unlock devices such as iPhones and iPads.
Yesterday, the First Circuit denied a defendant’s privacy interest in mail addressed to his “personal addresses” that responded to fraudulent invoices the defendant sent to various trade associations.
In today’s digital world, privacy is something that is getting harder and harder to protect. But what if simply scanning your face provides enough information to track you and learn your habits?
A family member lawfully consented to the search of another’s password protected computer, where the computer owner did not attempt to keep computer password private.
Before Congress reauthorizes laws allowing the National Security Agency to monitor electronic communications of hundreds of millions of people in search of foreign threats, it wants answers.