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Surveillance in Spheres of Mobility PDF Print
Privacy, Technical Design and the Flow of Personal Information on the Transportation and Information Superhighways
 
a blog*on*nymity ID TRAIL MIX by Michael Zimmer

A recent Nassau County Supreme Court ruling held that data retrieved from a vehicle’s black box - a computer module that records a vehicle’s speed and telemetry data in the last five seconds before airbags deploy in a collision - could be admitted as evidence even though law enforcement officials did not have a search warrant. The court ruled that by driving the vehicle on a public highway, “the defendant knowingly exposed to the public the manner in which he operated his vehicle on public highways. ...What a person knowingly exposes to the public is not subject to Fourth Amendment protection.”

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