The iPhone, the Fourth Amendment and the Roberts Court. 1 of 2: John Yoo @HooverInst

Mar 22, 01:05 AM

Photo:Telephone operators in Stockholm, Sweden 1902–1903.

 Unknown - This file was donated by Nordiska museet as part of the Europeana Fashion collaboration.

Telefonister, Stockholms telefonsstation.

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This Swedish photograph is in the public domain in Sweden because one of the following applies: The work is non-artistic (journalistic, etc.) and has been created before 1 January 1969 (SFS 1960:729, § 49a). The photographer is not known, and cannot be traced, and the work has been created before 1 January 1949 (SFS 1960:729, § 43). If the photographer died before 1949, {{PD-old-70}} should be used instead of this tag.View more

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File:Telefonister, Stockholms telefonsstation - Nordiska Museet - NMA.0037077.jpg

Created: from 1902 until 1903 date QS:P571,+1902-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P580,+1902-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1903-00-00T00:00:00Z/9

The iPhone, the Fourth Amendment and the Roberts Court. 1 of 2: John Yoo @HooverInst

https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/03/supreme-court-privacy-new-technology-fourth-amendment/?utmsource=Hoover+Daily+Report&utmcampaign=8725ff8211-EMAILCAMPAIGN201903190640&utmmedium=email&utmterm=0_21b1edff3c-8725ff8211-72527561