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No Privacy Violation in Camera Seizure (access required)

The 4th Circuit upholds summary judgment for the government in a photojournalist’s suit alleging the government’s seizure of her camera and photographs violated her rights under the Privacy Protection Act; the government established probable cause under the “suspect exception” to base its search warrant on information that plaintiff might have participated in vandalism of the ...

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