Sense-Enhancing Technology and the Future of Intelligence-Led Policing

n 2001, when the Supreme Court wrestled with law enforcement’s use of sense-enhancing technology in a 1992 arrest, the domestic war was focused on drugs, not terrorism. In a five to four vote, the Court ruled that the warrantless use of a thermal-imaging device to detect heat emissions from a home violated Fourth Amendment privacy … Continue reading Sense-Enhancing Technology and the Future of Intelligence-Led Policing