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Protester Surveillance May Test Constitutional Privacy in Courts

Bloomberg Law

04 Aug 2020

Bob Litt spoke to Bloomberg Law about the tensions between law enforcement access to digital data and citizen rights against unwarranted searches, which may force courts to grapple with how to protect people’s privacy.

Courts will have to “see how it all shakes out and how law enforcement is using technology to get information during civil unrest,” Bob said. “Nobody in law enforcement should be comfortable that the rules they were applying 10 years ago will be the rules that will apply today.”

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