Spyware/Malware and the Fourth Amendment: How The Government Wants to Spy on Your Online Activities

The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the right to privacy and protects against unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. However, in recent years, there has been a debate over the legality of law enforcement activities such as remotely installing spyware or malware on to computers without a warrant or consent. The […]

The Cat-and-Mouse Game of Digital Privacy: How Law Enforcement Can Access Your WhatsApp Communications

In recent years, messaging apps such as WhatsApp have become increasingly popular due to their end-to-end encryption and promise of privacy. However, law enforcement agencies have developed methods to penetrate these supposedly secure messaging apps and access their contents in criminal investigations. One method used by law enforcement to access encrypted messaging app communications is […]