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MyPillow CEO won't get rehearing over seized cellphone

2023 DPDBRF 0124By Dave EmbreeWESTLAW Data Privacy Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

MyPillow CEO won't get rehearing over seized cellphone

2023 DPDBRF 0124By Dave EmbreeWESTLAW Data Privacy Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

MyPillow CEO won't get rehearing over seized cellphone

(November 29, 2023) - MyPillow Inc. CEO Michael J. Lindell has failed to persuade the full 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear his constitutional challenge to the government's continued retention of data from a cellphone that FBI agents...

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Article: MyPillow CEO might get cellphone back from FBI after 8th Circuit ruling 2023 DPDBRF 0099
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A divided appeals panel has given Michael J. Lindell another chance to persuade a Minnesota judge to order the Federal Bureau of Investigation to return a cellphone that agents seized pursuant to a criminal investigation of the MyPillow Inc. CEO.
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