Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Jennifer M. Chacon on Border Searches of Electronic Data

Chacon2 Jennifer M. Chacon Professor of Law, University of California, Davis, King Hall School of Law discusses a topic raised in recent court cases and news articles about people arriving in the United States who had a laptop, disk, or other computer gear seized and searched by customs officials. Chacon, who teaches criminal and immigration law at the University of California-Davis law school, explains why the government can do this, the constitutional standard that applies, and what the ramifications are and can yet be.  Click the link above to read more.

KJ

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please reply is must becoz i have eagerness about this new world of technology.

THANK U

Posted by: Swaraj Tembhe | Jul 8, 2008 9:10:37 AM

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