jfruh writes While several U.S. judges have refused overly broad warrants that sought to grant police access to a suspects complete Gmail account, a federal judge in New York State OK’d such an order this week. Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein argued that a search of this type was no more invasive than the long-established practice of granting a warrant to copy and search the entire contents of a hard drive, and that alternatives, like asking Google employees to locate messages based on narrowly tailored criteria, risked excluding information that trained investigators could locate. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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New York Judge OKs Warrant To Search Entire Gmail Account