Warrant not needed for Moravian College student’s school WiFi records in robbery case, court rules

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Sarah Cassi reports: A Moravian College student convicted of an armed robbery on campus did not have his constitutional rights violated when police collected his on-campus WiFi connection records without a warrant, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. In a 5-2 decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court panel said Alkiohn Dunkins relinquished any purported expectation [Read More…]

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