Warrant Permits Holding Entire Email Account, Judge Says
In a holding at odds with at least two other courts, a Southern District magistrate judge has ruled that officials armed with a warrant to search for evidence of a crime contained in individual emails can seize and hold the entire email account without running afoul of the Fourth Amendment.
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