They'll just do like they do with vehicles, if you don't consent, they
will simply impound or confiscate your data until a warrant is issued, and they
always get issued.But yeah it sounds good on paper.
Good job Craig. Sanity in the Utah legislature is uncommon.
It is amazing to me that this had to be clarified. "Do papers and
effects" suddenly become non-private just because they were stored in a
remote location? (NO) Then why should there be any presumption of non-privacy
just because the data was stored remotely? (This should have never been the
Is this going to allow action against the Feds at the NSA data center in