Influencers oppose expanding federal hacking authorities

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May 9, 2016
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The Christian Science Monitor

In late April, the Supreme Court announced a controversial change to Rule 41, a federal criminal procedural rule that would allow U.S. magistrates to grant law enforcement warrants to search computers outside their home districts. “Would the U.S. be bound to honoring foreign governments the same jurisdictional incursion into U.S. computers?” asks Vectra CSO Günter Ollmann, one of 150 security experts asked to participate in the Passcode Influencers Poll.

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