Clearing Up Fourth Amendment Principales in Cloud Computing

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David A. Couillard of the Minnesota Law Review, explores the potential applicability of the Fourth Amendment to data stored in off-site servers: spreadsheets in Google Docs, accounting data hosted on FreshBooks, and pretty much everything synced through DropBox, just to name two…

So far the courts, mostly absent on-point statutes, almost always reason by analogy when presented with novel situations, and have not yet come to a conclusion about how to treat such data.

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