Fortunately, there are state lawmakers who are diligently working to erect digital safeguards to protect citizens from undue intrusion by government agencies.
Massive data collection and advanced surveillance technology enables government eyes to be in more places than ever before. But privacy matters.
Many legal principles impact the daily lives of Americans. The state action and third-party doctrines play an influential role in determining how easy it is for the government to access an individual’s digital data.
Trust cannot be built without clarity, but when law enforcement meets rapid technological innovation, confusion abounds.
Justice and Due Process
Reverse search warrants are requests made by law enforcement to a technology company seeking caches of data that could be relevant to a criminal investigation.
Given the public/private partnerships that make government use of facial recognition possible, consumers remain unaware of which seemingly benign consumer products could land in government hands.