Warrantless searches


In a First, Judge Throws Out Evidence Obtained from FBI Malware

“This is the first time a court has ever suppressed anything from a government hacking operation."


Do We Have a Right to Know Why We're Being Searched by Police?

New York City is mulling a "right to know" law after a summer defined by police brutality across America.


Will the Fourth Amendment Apply to Text Messages?

The question is being taken up now in a murder case before the Rhode Island Supreme Court.


The White House's Fight for Warrantless Cellphone Searches Hinges on a Flip Phone

If the Supreme Court were to decide that the White House argument holds water, its ruling would already be out of touch with the technological reality of most American citizens.