In early 2015, the Federal Bureau of Investigation ran a dark web child pornography site from its own servers for 13 days, and hacked over a thousand computers that visited it. Defense lawyers have argued it was not clear in the relevant warrant that child pornography would be distributed while the site was under government control, and attorneys from a civil liberties group have stated that the warrant was “unconstitutional.”
Now, anyone can see that warrant for themselves. Although the full version is
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