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Online Privacy in Court

As our digital devices become extensions of ourselves, law enforcement is looking to take advantage in court. A series of recent decisions from a local judge rolled back the government's power to use emails and other online data against suspects, but most of the decisions have already been overturned. Kojo explores the state of online privacy and what can and will be used against you in court.

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