DOJ Says Americans Have No 4th Amendment Protections At All When They Communicate With Foreigners

(…) it appears the DOJ is trying to attack the idea of the reasonable expectation of privacy that has been the basis of the 4th Amendment in the US. They’re effectively arguing that since foreign governments might look at the info too, you should have no expectation of privacy in any communications with foreigners and thus you’ve waived all 4th Amendment protections in that content.

Link (Techdirt)

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