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No Privacy Act Violation in Seizure of Photos & Cameras (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says a plaintiff who generally identifies herself as a photojournalist cannot sue the government for its seizure of her photographs and cameras, as a violation of her rights under the Privacy Protection Act, as the government took action under the “suspect exception”; its search warrant was based on information that ...

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