Privacy and Technology: Balancing Competing Interests

January 7, 2013  |  New York Law Journal

The law regarding the Fourth Amendment's application to digital evidence continues to evolve as each branch of government tries to keep pace with society's increased reliance on technology, with legislators and the courts working to frame the limits of government access while balancing competing societal privacy expectations. This article looks at circumstances under which the government can obtain digital information.

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