Cyber Security

Lawmakers Press Justice Department on Expanded Police Hacking Powers

“Nearly two dozen lawmakers queried the Justice Department today about a controversial expansion of police hacking powers scheduled to take effect Dec. 1. The change, an update to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, would allow a single judge to issue a warrant allowing police to hack into computers in multiple judicial districts rather than just the district in which that judge presides. The judge also could issue a warrant to search a computer or device when the user has masked the device’s location.”

Source: Lawmakers Press Justice Department on Expanded Police Hacking Powers – Nextgov.com

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