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Colorado Court Upholds Search of Google Keyword History to Identify Arson Suspects

Critics say the approach creates a digital dragnet that threatens people’s privacy and constitutional protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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The Supreme Court Hasn’t Ruled on Whether Recording the Police is a First Amendment Right. This Could be the Year It Does.

Despite numerous legal challenges over the right to record police officers in public, the Supreme Court has not yet ruled on the question of whether citizens have a First Amendment right to record the police. Because of this, only states in judicial districts that have established the right to record as a constitutional right consider it a “clearly established law.”

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