It’s about stego and the legal issues it raises/might raise. Kyllo issue hasn’t come up because defense attorneys haven’t keyed in on it or because it’s just not a live issue. As I explained in an earlier post, the Kyllo Court held that it is a 4th Amendment “search” to use “technology that is not in general public use” to obtain information, especially from inside a home. I can see a similar argument being made with regard to stego-detection techniques, if they exist and if and when there’s any reason to seek authorization to use them in analyzing digital evidence. ” (and, I assume, concealment) of evidence. The purpose was to prevent the government from relying on general allegations that tools like stego “might” be used in conceal or destroy evidence. In its original opinion, the Court of Appeals held that this evidence justified the lower courts in finding that “the government made misleading statements in the search warrant applications.” U.S. Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc., 473 F.3d 915 (U.S.
U.S. v. Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc., 579 F.3d 989 (U.S. 05-55354, (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit). As I noted in an earlier post, in August of 2009 the Ninth Circuit revisited the issues in the Comprehensive Drug Testing litigation and issued an order that at least implicitly addressed the stego issue. The Department later moved for rehearing, i.e., asked the Ninth Circuit to revisit the issues it addressed in this latest decision. Department of Justice moved to stay the decision pending the filing of a motion for certiorari, i.e., asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review this decision. The search warrant application was made some 240 miles away in another federal judicial district, without notice to the Players Association or to the district court in the Northern District of California. As part of the investigation, the government issued subpoenas to two companies that had tested urine samples from major league baseball players during the time period at issue: Comprehensive Drug Texting, Inc. (CDT) and Quest. The application for the search warrant didn’t tell the judge to whom it was submitted that a motion to quash the CDT and Quest subpoenas had been filed. CDT had agreed in writing to keep the data .
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