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Text Message Privacy Faces Important Appeal

Defenders of digital rights urged the Washington State Supreme Court to prevent the erosion of privacy when it hears two cases next month on text messages seized by police without a warrant.
Both cases involve men who were arrested after police intercepted text messages meant for an alleged heroin dealer, according to a pair of amicus briefs that the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed Monday.

Thursday, April 11, 2013
Courthouse News Service

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