Monday, March 31, 2014
Tools for lawyers worried that NSA is eavesdropping on their confidential conversations
Tools for lawyers worried that NSA is eavesdropping on their confidential conversations. The simple solution is to meet in person. Even that poses problems if someone is spying on you, but, if someone is tailing you, then you have some pretty serious issues. NSA may be listening in on you, and that raises interesting questions as to whether national security interests override the ancient attorney client privilege. Courts have held the 4th amendment may not apply. If that doesn't apply, then how could the attorney client privilege? Also, once that information is known, how can it ever be unknown?
Posted by The Scribe at 5:31 PM