You can now listen to the podcast for Courts Showing Greater Respect for Data Privacy – United States v. Cotterman. Click HERE!
For a recap, here is my discussion of this podcast and who participated:
I finished a fantastic Skype discussion of the Cotterman opinion with with Rafal Los (@Wh1t3Rabbit) and Mike Schearer (@theprez98). As you may recall from The Law and the Hacker podcast I did a few months ago, Raf is often referred to as the Chief Security Evangelist for HP and blogs at Following the Wh1t3Rabbit – Practical Enterprise Security. Mike is a security consultant and penetration tester by day and a law student and hacker by night who blogs at Mike’s Blog and wrote a nice post on the Cotterman opinion: Law in Plain English: United States v. Cotterman You should know how seriously the three of us take this issue since this is how we spent our Saturday night! Raf has turned our discussion into a podcast that is available HERE. So, much of what I would write in the blog is in the podcast so I will keep this post as short as possible.
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- United States v. Cotterman Shows an Increasing Respect for Data Privacy in the Courts (shawnetuma.com)
- En Banc Ninth Circuit Holds That Computer Forensic Searches Are Like “Virtual Strip Searches” And Require Reasonable Suspicion At the Border (volokh.com)
- Ninth Circuit Applies The Fourth Amendment to Border Search of Laptop (lawprofessors.typepad.com)
- UPDATE – Your Rights Under Attack: What A Difference Judical Review Makes (jonathanturley.org)
- 9th Circuit Appeals Court: 4th Amendment Applies At The Border; Also: Password Protected Files Shouldn’t Arouse Suspicion (techdirt.com)