Data Shielding Methods Attracting Court Attention

, New York Law Journal


In his E-Communications column, Stephen Treglia writes: Data-protection methodology has been with humans for thousands of years, but only recently has it increasingly become a ubiquitous part of our technology-driven lives. Inevitably, legal issues have begun to arise regarding this form of technology. Least surprising, search-and-seizure issues regarding law enforcement's attempts to circumvent data-protection methods are at the forefront. The first-half of 2017 has produced some interesting results and court analyses

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