A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has ruled that a common pleas judge in Reading, Pa., shouldn’t have granted the suppression motion sought by an alleged child porn enthusiast whose video collection was spotted by Circuit City workers installing a DVD drive on his computer.

Reversing Berks County Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey K. Sprecher, the panel concluded that Kenneth Sodomsky had no reasonable expectation the purported child porn files on his personal computer would remain private when he took it in for an upgrade in October 2004.

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