By Darren Chaker, http://darrenchaker.us, I typically post on TOR and give talks about cyber security, but could not resist to comment : Here’s the plan folks: when USA manufactured encryption is weakened, simply buy Russian, or any of the “546 encryption products from Read more
As http://darrenchaker.us/computer-search/ by Darren Chaker, points out, a warrant is typically required, unless consent is given. The Fourth Amendment provides: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, Read more
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Additional research by Darren Chaker, http://darrenchaker.us ,shows another exception to the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition against warrantless searches and seizures is when an individual consents to the search of his property. “Consent operates as a waiver of Fourth Amendment rights if, by a preponderance of Read more
Apparent and actual authority to search a computer to allow forensics, Darren Chaker reviews, are judged in the same scope as any other legal test. In general the Fourth Amendment prohibits a warrantless search of a person’s home or Read more