Tag: Warrant

Amazon Echo a Potential Witness in a Murder Case

As our homes become smarter and smarter with IOT devices, new avenues open up to investigators when a crime occurs in a household. Webcams, cellphones, and power meters are all common devices which can collect important data that can be used by investigators when solving a crime. In an unprecedented case, Arkansas police obtained a warrant to examine any voice recordings that the Amazon Echo device could have stored during the night …
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One Warrant Allowed The FBI To Hack Computers In Several Dozen Countries

Ever time news breaks about the FBI hacking computers, there is a reason for concern. As it turns out, the law enforcement agency is responsible for hacking several thousand computers with just one warrant. To make matters even more disconcerting, this warrant allowed executing these machines across 120 different countries–not a positive development by any means, as a warrant like this can end privacy entirely. Major Hacking Spree By The …
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New Warrant Allows Law Enforcement Agents To Fingerprint Suspects And Unlock Mobile Devices

Discussions pertaining to privacy when using a mobile device have taken a turn for the worse in recent times. Government officials and law enforcement agencies are looking to bypass device encryption during investigations. It is only a matter of time until things get taken to the next level, though this new update is not positive by any means. Obtaining Fingerprints To Unlock Mobile Devices In several investigations, the FBI has …
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FBI Warrant For PlayPen Investigation Deemed Invalid By Yet Another Judge

There has been yet another development in the PlayPen case, as a third judge deemed the FBI warrant invalid. It is evident for everyone to see that law enforcement officials went above and beyond what they were legally allowed to do to infiltrate this platform. All of the evidence gathered from this investigation needs to be oppressed. FBI Strikes Out Again In PlayPen Investigation It is not the first time …
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