Here's why the Supreme Court made it ...

Here's why the Supreme Court made it tougher to look into your online life

There are 1 comment on the Globe and Mail story from Jun 16, 2014, titled Here's why the Supreme Court made it tougher to look into your online life. In it, Globe and Mail reports that:

Jill Presser successfully argued the case for the intervenor, the Criminal Lawyers Association of Ontario, in Friday's Supreme Court decision which ruled that police must obtain search warrants when seeking private information from internet providers.

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#1 Jun 16, 2014

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