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"D.C. appeals court poised to rule on whether police need warrants for cellphone tracking," by Tom Jackman, The Washington Post, April 18, 2017.

"Civil Rights Lawyers Plan to Challenge New York’s Body-Camera Program," by Ashley Southall, New York Times, April 16, 2017.

"Taser’s Free Body Cameras Are Good for Cops, Not the People," by Jake Laperruque, WIRED, April 15, 2017.

"The Tennessee Supreme Court Keeps Reversing Itself, and Criminal Defense Attorneys Are Worried," by Stephen Elliott, Nashville Scene, April 13, 217.

"Border agents can look at everything on your cellphone. Congress should change that.," by Editorial Board, The Washington Post, April 12, 2017.

"Border Officers Nearly Double Searches of Electronic Devices, U.S. Says," by Ron Nixon, The New York Times, April 11, 2017.

"7th Circuit rules in favor of police officer in 4th Amendment lawsuit," by Olivia Covington, Indiana Lawyer, April 10, 2017.

"State Appeals Court Says There's An Expectation Of Privacy In Vehicle Data Recorders," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, April 6, 2017.

"Opinion: America Pays for Free Body Cameras With Its Civil Rights," by Harlan Yu, Motherboard, April 6, 2017.

"Lawmakers Move to Stop Warrantless Cellphone Searches at the U.S. Border ," by Cora Currier, The Intercept, April 4, 2017.

"Facebook Loses Appeal to Block Bulk Search Warrants," by James C. McKinley Jr., The New York Times, April 4, 2017.

"Trump signs internet privacy repeal," by Harper Neidig, The Hill, April 3, 2017.

"The murky ethics of Facebook Live and filming people without their consent," by Jillian C. York, Quartz, April 3, 2017.

"New Report Offers Guide for Defense Attorneys to Challenge Secretive Government Hacking," NACDL News Release, March 30, 2017.

"'The Volokh Conspiracy': The Fourth Amendment and access to automobile 'black boxes'," by Orin Kerr, The Washington Post, March 30, 2017.

"'The Watch': Roberts, Alito: Cops who illegally entered home without warrant, shot married couple can’t be sued... because the cops likely would have shot the couple anyway.," by Radley Balko, The Washington Post, March 29, 2017.

"Group files lawsuit over U.S. border searches of electronic devices," by Andrew V. Pestano, UPI, March 28, 2017.

"Congress Moves to Overturn Obama-Era Online Privacy Rules," by Cecilia Kang, The New York Times, March 28, 2017.

"Real-Time Face Recognition Threatens to Turn Cops' Body Cameras into Surveillance Machines ," by Ava Kofman, The Intercept, March 22, 2017.

"Man detained due to fabricated evidence can sue police," by Ann E. Marimow, The Washington Post, March 21, 2017.

"On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear a case with major implications for the Second and Fourth amendments," by Radley Balko, 'The Watch' Blog, March 21, 2017.

"Nashville police to search Jocques Clemmons' social media," by Stacey Barchenger, The Tennessean, March 19, 2017.

"Murder or Self-Defense if Officer Is Killed in Raid? ," by Kevin Sack, New York Times, March 18, 2017.

"FBI’s methods to spy on journalists should remain classified, judge rules," by David Kravets, Ars Technica, March 14, 2017.

"Can Customs and Border Officials Search Your Phone? These Are Your Rights," by Patrick G. Lee, ProPublica, March 13, 2017.

"American Citizens: U.S. Border Agents Can Search Your Cellphone," by Cynthia McFadden, E.D. Cauchi, William M. Arkin, and Kevin Monahan, NBC News, March 13, 2017.

"Facebook says police can’t use its data for ‘surveillance’," by Elizabeth Dwoskin, The Washington Post, March 13, 2017.

"To keep Tor hack source code secret, DOJ dismisses child porn case," by Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica, March 5, 2017.

"US police agencies with their own DNA databases stir debate," by Michael Balsamo, Associated Press, March 4, 2017.

"How hard is it to get an intelligence wiretap? Pretty hard.," by Ellen Nakashima, The Washington Post, March 4, 2017.

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