A concern that the monitoring of a convicted child pornographer's computer may violate the Fourth Amendment has prompted the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to order a review of different techniques for tracking the defendant in United States v. Lifshitz. The court is exploring privacy implications of computer monitoring and filtering techniques that ensure that the defendant is prevented from downloading child porn.
2nd Circuit Mulls Privacy Rights in Computer Monitoring Case
New York Law Journal
April 1, 2004
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