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The Biometric Spectrum

by Jonathan Capra I’ve been glad to have the opportunity to engage my local police officials and community policing groups I am involved with on the implications of bio-metrics on policing and privacy rights in the future. Foremost, this has involved facial recognition technologies as might be applied to officer-worn body cameras or other police […]

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Restore the Fourth Files Amicus Brief in Carpenter v. USA

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 –¬†Restore the Fourth has filed an amicus curiae in the case of Timothy Ivory Carpenter v. United States of America. In this case, cell-site location information (CSLI) was obtained by subpoena¬†from a cellphone carrier pertaining to the suspect’s cellphone. In submitting this brief, we seek to urge the court on the […]