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"Virginia High Court Restores License Plate Data Collection," by Brad Kutner, Courthouse News Service, October 22, 2020
"The (Not So) Incredible Shrinking 4th Amendment," by Andrew Wimer, Forbes, October 21, 2020
"The Police Can Probably Break Into Your Phone," by Jack Nicas, New York Times, October 21, 2020
"University of Miami Becomes Latest Battleground Over Facial Recognition," by David Uberti, Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2020
"Warrantless-Entry Tangle Faces High Court Unraveling," by Jack Rodgers, Courthouse News Service, October 19, 2020
"Justices take up Fourth Amendment case," by Amy Howe, SCOTUSBlog, October 19, 2020
"Spy plane was sent to monitor protest in affluent suburb, home to head of California National Guard," by Paul Pringle and Alene Tchekmedyian, Los Angeles Times, October 18, 2020
"Taking Back Our Privacy," by Anna Weiner, The New Yorker, October 19, 2020
"Supreme Court Could Create New Fourth Amendment Loophole For Police Shootings," by Nick Sibilla, Forbes, October 12, 2020
"Stop-and-frisk Never Really Ended. Now It’s Gone Digital.," by Alice Speri, The Intercept, October 13, 2020
"Google is giving data to police based on search keywords, court docs show," by Alfred Ng, CNET, October 08, 2020
"San Francisco Sued Over Use of Video Surveillance on Protesters," by Nicholas Iovino, Courthouse News Service, October 07, 2020
"Motherboard: The IRS Is Being Investigated for Using Location Data Without a Warrant," by Joseph Cox, VICE, October 06, 2020
"Border Searches of Digital Devices Denied Supreme Court Review," by Andrea Vittorio, Bloomberg Law, October 05, 2020
"Voters consider adding tech devices to search warrant rule," by Ed White, Associated Press, October 03, 2020