August 3, 2011 | By rainey Reitman

Line Noise: Electronic Device Search and Seizure

EFF activist Eva Galperin interviews EFF criminal defense attorney, Hanni Fakhoury, on the newest edition of Line Noise, the EFF podcast. Whether law enforcement wants to search your home computer, tries to browse through your smart phone at a traffic stop, or seeks to thumb through your camera at customs, you should know your rights.

Learn more about your privacy rights by reading our Know Your Rights guide, or test your skills with our quiz.

This edition of Line Noise was recorded on-site from the San Francisco studio of Bamm.tv


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