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The Public Is Left in the Dark When Courts Allow Electronic Surveillance

By The New York Times

July 26, 2012



A big part of Magistrate Judge Stephen W. Smith's job in Federal District Court in Houston is to consider law enforcement requests for cellphone and email records. It requires him to apply old laws to the digital age and balance the government’s interest in solving crimes against the importance of protecting privacy.

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