July 15, 2011 | By rainey Reitman

Computer Search and Seizure: A Three-Panel Cartoon

Think you know what to do when law enforcement seeks access to your digital device? Test your skills with our online quiz. Then brush up on your knowledge with our Know Your Rights whitepaper.

We also highly recommend you print our one-page guide explaining what to do when the police ask for access to your device. Leave it by your workstation, tape it up in your server room, and slip a copy into your laptop case—anywhere you have sensitive information on a digital device.

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