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Federal court OKs warrantless use of hidden cameras
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A federal court ruling Tuesday served yet another blow to U.S. citizens’ dwindling expectations of privacy from government surveillance. A U.S. district judge sided with the Justice Department to rule that it was reasonable for DEA agents to enter a property without permission or a warrant to install multiple “covert digital surveillance cameras.” (The case in question involved finding evidence in a rural property of mass marijuana plant growing.)
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