D.C. Judge Battles DOJ On Searches

John Facciola's a leading voice on e-data issues.

, The National Law Journal

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Federal Magistrate Judge John Facciola was introduced during a 2008 conference as the "Italian Stallion of e-discovery." Long at the forefront on technology and the law, Facciola is back in the national spotlight over the scope of prosecutors' power to access elec­tronically stored information.

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  • I congratulate Judge Facciola for standing up to the DOG! We need the courts to protect us from this unwarranted searching of "all" E mails - and using the excuse of "terrorists‘ to invade the privacy of all citizens. Thank you, and keep up your great work in defending all citizens!

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