A case before the New Jersey Supreme Court will test whether evidence of computer hacking is inadmissible if police fail to follow the rules for obtaining subscriber information from an Internet service provider.

In State v. Reid, A-105-06, two lower courts have said that a subscriber’s Internet Protocol address obtained by means of a faulty warrant must be suppressed, but prosecutors have appealed, arguing against a judicially created exclusionary rule.

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