U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephen Smith
We’ve been talking a lot recently about the secretly authorized stuff our government does to us — like killing us, or molesting us at airports. Here’s another one for the list: digging through our emails or Twitter feeds or cell phone data, without probable cause, our permission, or our knowledge. How does the U.S. government circumvent basic probable cause and search warrant requirements when it wants electronic information? Let’s see….