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Published 4 months ago with 4 Comments

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  • aj0690
    +9

    Well it's nice to finally see some positive news for rights and/or privacy.

  • 90boss
    +9

    And if a judge is willing to issue a warrant on request, even without good reason, this ruling becomes instantly irrelevant. A for effort though.

  • capoti
    +4

    Does anyone actually think this law will be respected by law enforcement? No way in hell.

  • puntacanna
    +3

    Hard to believe it was that close of a decision honestly.

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