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May 9, 2012
News - SparkFun Gets a Subpoena |
about 2 years ago
I’m always amazed at evil techies who are smart enough to hack complex systems, and dumb enough to leave footprints sufficient to get caught.
But I hope you guys at Sparkfun are discussing this with legal counsel, and not thinking you can thumb your noses at the law. You could be implicated as an accessory unless you cooperate. When a person breaks the law, he/she pretty much surrenders rights to privacy. The Supreme Court recently ruled that anyone arrested can be strip-searched – so much for privacy.
No public wish lists :(