4th Amendment Implications of Remote Sensing in Criminal Law

The Mark of Science: Fourth Amendment Implications of Remote Sensing in Criminal Law

Surya Gablin Gunasekara, Journal of Space Law, October 2010

Abstract: The government’s use of technology must be weighed in the Fourth Amendment balance not because the Constitution constrains the government to employ antiquated surveillance techniques but because the march of science over the course of this century has time and again laid bare secrets that society had (erroneously) assumed to lie safely beyond the perception of government.

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2 responses to “4th Amendment Implications of Remote Sensing in Criminal Law”

  1. Marshall Kirkpatrick says :

    Oooh, looking forward to reading this! thanks!

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