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IP Privacy

Neither the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution or the Arizona Constitution require law enforcement officers to get a warrant or court order to “obtain IP addresses or subscriber information voluntarily provided to ISPs,” the Arizona Supreme Court ruled.

PHOENIX — Neither the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution nor the Arizona Constitution require law enforcement officers to get a warrant or court order to “obtain IP addresses or subscriber information voluntarily provided to ISPs,” the Arizona Supreme Court ruled

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