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Justice Department Sees No Need For A Warrant To Snoop Your Email

attorney for Manhattan circulated internal instructions, for instance, saying a subpoena -- a piece of paper signed by a prosecutor, not a judge -- is sufficient to obtain nearly "all records from an ISP." And the U.S. attorney in Houston recently obtained the "contents of stored communications" from an unnamed Internet service provider without securing a warrant signed by a judge first. The American Civil Liberties Union points out that the DOJ takes its position on warrant-free access to email "even after a federal appeals court ruled that doing so violates the Fourth Amendment." In 2010, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decided in United States v. Warshak that the government must obtain a probable cause warrant before compelling email providers to turn over messages to law enforcement.

TEMECULA: Border Patrol finds 23 pounds of meth in truck

In the cargo area of the truck, they found a large purple container with 15 bundles of methamphetamine inside, the release said. The drivers name was not released but Border Patrol officials said he is a Mexican national. jaket jepang online The driver and the drugs were turned over to Riverside County sheriffs investigators.

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