Here’s What Law Enforcement Can Recover From A Seized iPhone – Forbes

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On Tuesday the American Civil Liberties Union published a report it obtained from a drug investigation by theImmigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, documenting the seizure and search of a suspect’s iPhone from her bedroom. While it’s no surprise that a phone carries plenty of secrets, the document presents in stark detail a list of that personal information, including call logs, photos, videos, text messages, Web history, eight different passwords for various services, and perhaps most importantly, 659 previous locations of the phone invisibly gathered from Wifi networks and cell towers.

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Volunteers Needed for Superstorm Sandy Relief

Superstorm Sandy volunteers are still needed to give free phone consultations. The need is for landlord/tenant advice and problems with co-ops and condos.

Click here to obtain the volunteer form.

For more information contact:

Eva Valentin-Espinal
Coordinator, Lawyer Referral and Information Service
New York State Bar Association
One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207
518.487.5700 Phone
518.487.5694 Fax
evalentin@nysba.org


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Should judges disclose Facebook friends? ‘Context is significant,’ ABA ethics opinion says – ABA Journal

Judges who participate in social networking sites must heed the ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct, cautions Formal Opinion 462 (PDF). That means the judges should avoid contacts that would undermine their independence, integrity, or impartiality, or that would create an appearance of impropriety.

The Feb. 21 opinion by the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility acknowledges that “judicious use” of electronic social media–referred to as “ESM”–can be a valuable tool for public outreach. “When used with proper care, judges’ use of ESM does not necessarily compromise their duties under the Model Code any more than use of traditional and less public forms of social connection such as U.S. Mail, telephone, email or texting,” according to the opinion

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