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No Privacy Expectation in File-Sharing Software (access required)

A defendant who installed peer-to-peer file-sharing software on his personal computer did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in his computer files, which included child pornography, and the Court of Appeals affirms denial of defendant’s motion to suppress and his conviction of possession of child pornography. At the suppression hearing, defendant explained that when he ...

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