Judge rules that peer-to-peer file-sharing data isn’t private

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A federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should be no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file-sharing services. In a case centered around the detection of child…

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

A federal judge in Vermont has ruled that there should is no expectation of privacy for data shared across peer-to-peer file-sharing services. The case involved automated detection of child pornography, which three defendants claimed has been illegally obtained in a P2P. Source: Tom Warren / The Verge

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