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AMAZON IS COACHING LOCAL POLICE ON HOW TO AVOID NEEDING TO GET A WARRANT FOR VIDEO EVIDENCE (ICYM…)

Vice recently published a fascinating article about how Amazon is encouraging and coaching police to participate in its neighborhood video surveillance network. The network is powered by Ring, the popular home security service, which automates and enhances video surveillance for homes. Police can join the app and gain network to a special law enforcement portal where they can request video...

California Judge Says Police Cannot Force You to Unlock a Phone Using Your Face or Fingerprint (ICYMI)

In a decision coming out of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Judge Kandis Westmore says that all unlocks are equal. Previously, the government has argued that biometric locks on smartphones (using one’s face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock a phone) do not tread on the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination. In essence, the argument is that...

What Are Your Plans for #eDiscoveryDay?

If you’re anything like me, keeping track of all of the great legal tech and litigation programming coming up year-round can be a touch overwhelming. I just hit inbox zero for the first time in days–last night. So here’s a helpful reminder: Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 is #eDiscoveryDay! There will be webcasts and live events occurring all over the country with “more e...

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