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BC student to get his computers back after high court throws out search warrant

Massachusetts' highest court ruled there was no probable cause for Boston College police to seize computers from the room of a student who was being investigated for allegedly sending an e-mail claiming that a fellow student was gay...

The search was challenged by attorneys from the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a civil rights group, and the Boston office of law firm Fish & Richardson PC, which represented Calixte in the case.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009
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