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9th Circuit: Police Violated Google Users’ Privacy Rights After Automated Email Scan Detected Child Pornography

A federal appeals court found that law enforcement violated a Google user’s constitutional rights when it opened email attachments the platform flagged as child pornography through an automated system.

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A federal appeals court found that law enforcement violated a Google user’s constitutional rights when it opened email attachments the platform flagged as child pornography through an automated system.

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