State Privacy Law Protects ISP Data, New Jersey Court Says

A woman's state constitutional rights to privacy were violated when police used an "invalid subpoena" to obtain her Internet subscriber information, a New Jersey appeals court ruled. The court's decision allowed for the fact that, while federal courts have found Internet subscribers under the Fourth Amendment have no right to privacy with respect to identifying information on file with their Internet service provider, or ISP, they do have a right to privacy under New Jersey's constitution.

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