Cyber Crime

Notice of Surveillance to Non-Target, Non-Defendant Interceptees

, New York Law Journal

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In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco addresses an interesting yet rarely litigated legal issue: whether individuals whose communications are intercepted, but are non-targets and never prosecuted, are entitled to notification and copies of the documents upon which the order for electronic surveillance was based.

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