To Unseal or Not to Unseal: The Judiciary’s Role in Preventing Transparency in Electronic Surveillance Applications and Orders

03 Jun 2014 10:10pm Brian L. Owsley 

This essay addresses the issue of transparency in the judiciary regarding the sealing of applications for electronic surveillance.  Specifically, it concerns the experiences of a federal magistrate who attempted to unseal a number of surveillance applications and orders.    

 

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