Law Enforcement’s Unfettered Use of Video Technology Is Strangling the Fourth Amendment’s Right to Privacy

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Note | 101 KY. L. J. ONLINE 2 | Dec. 21, 2012

Jerad Blair

Have new technologies eviscerated individuals’ privacy protections under the Fourth Amendment? Jerad Blair examines the implementation of body-worn video devices by law enforcement and its effect on individuals’ privacy rights. View the PDF Click Here Citation Jerad Blair, Law Enforcement’s Unfettered Use of Video Technology Is Strangling the Fourth Amendment’s Right to Privacy, 101 Ky. L.J. Online 16 (2012), http://www.kentuckylawjournal.org/blair-bvd-note. Permanent Link http://www.kentuckylawjournal.org/blair-bvd-note