Some legal trouble with TOR in France

phobos at phobos at
Sun May 14 02:46:23 UTC 2006

On Sat, May 13, 2006 at 10:22:33PM -0500, mikepery at wrote 1.3K bytes in 30 lines about:
: this sort of search? In the US they should require a warrant, and some
: judge would have to approve that. A US judge exercising proper
: dilligence should be able to realize that the search was not likely to

	The keyword there is "should".  Under the PATRIOT Act, warrants
	are not required until something like 72 hours AFTER they've
	searched your home.  In fact, secret warrants can be used to
	search your residence without your knowledge.  Yet, this data
	collected secretly can be used against you in courts.

	I'm not a lawyer, consult one for accurate legal advice.  A good
	starting point for all of this, in the USA, can be found at

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