In a case of first impression under New Jersey law, an appeals court has held that Internet subscribers have a reasonable expectation of privacy, allowing a challenge to a subpoena that led to an indictment for computer-related theft.

Monday’s ruling is grounded on the New Jersey Constitution’s implied right of privacy and on precedents the court termed “highly protective” of that right, even as to data in third parties’ hands.

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