March 31, 2004

can your probation officer monitor your computer activities?

The question currenly before the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals concerns the privacy implications of computer monitoring and filtering techniques proposed by probation officials who want to prevent a convicted child prnographer from downloading pornographic images of children. Mark Hamblett discusses the issue and prior case law in tomorrow's NYLJ: 2nd Circuit Mulls Privacy Rights in Computer Monitoring Case.


Previous Posts

  • Whois Misinformation
  • Google News terms of use explained
  • Piracy Hits a New Low
  • European and Canadian P2P Users Beware
  • Dangers of Non-Anonymous Blawging
  • Reuters defines Fair Use for Bloggers
  • Commuting in NYC
  • Linux Licenses from SCO
  • Stupid.Patents.com
  • file-sharing isn't killing record sales