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Facebook Is Challenging Warrants On Behalf Of Its Users. Does The Law Allow That? And Should It? - The Washington Post

How NYU and the Guggenheim are selling out to Sharia law | New York Post

As judicial process is afforded before any intrusion occurs, the proposed intrusion is regulated by, and its justification derives from, that process. In short, the immediacy and intrusiveness of a search and seizure conducted pursuant to a warrant demand the safeguard of demonstrating probable cause to a neutral judicial officer before the warrant issues, whereas the issuance of a subpoena initiates an adversary process that can command the production of documents and things only after judicial process is afforded.
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Immigrant construction workers at the NYU site were working 11- to 12-hour days, seven days a week, it was revealed. Many of them have not been reimbursed recruitment fees, costing up to a years wages, and live in terrible conditions. The ones who were brave enough to protest the abuses were met with beatings and imprisonment. Similarly, laborers of the Guggenheim Museum were forced to pay for their contracts, live in substandard housing, and had their passports taken so they couldnt leave the work site.
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