Skip to main content

EFF IN THE NEWS

DOJ's refusal to turn over code complicates child porn cases

June 28, 2016

For starters, people know if their blinds are broken and have a chance to fix them. An officer looking through them is only observing what anyone else could observe. And "even if their blinds are broken doesn't mean you get to go into their house and search," said Mark Rumold, a senior staff attorney at the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation.

"The court's decision that you don't have a reasonable expectation of privacy in a laptop in your own home — people should be very worried," he said.

Friday, June 24, 2016
AP The Big Story
JavaScript license information