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consent and trust? Oh... but we are ABOVE the law



On Dec 23, 2014 5:16 PM, "rysiek" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> And secondly, it's a simple matter of resources. If a LEA officer can do
this
> at their whim on any given day and on any given house, they're going to do
> this *a lot*. But filling out paperwork, even if it's gonna be
rubber-stamped
> by a friendly judge, still adds quite a bit of work to the process. Here,
the
> thinking is along the lines of "make it ever more costly, in terms of
time,
> work and money, and they will use it less".

This is far from good defence. It might make a difference in the low value
target spread, until form letters make it possible to obtain permission on
a larger scale. Form letters make it into an "all you can eat" model.
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