In addition, although the courts ruling was limited to statutory interpretation, such dragnet
surveillance also clearly violates the Fourth Amendment rights of all Americans.
During a single flight, the dragnet
data collection will scoop up identifying information and the general location of thousands of cellphones.
Jane Gardner creates and performs an exclusive new score for Dragnet
Girl and music plays a big part in the festival.
is a net dragged along the sea bed which traps small fish and other small sea-life.
UNDERCOVER police staged a dragnet
to nab pickpockets preying on women.
Is that dragnet
that USC's athletic department is trying to throw over coach Pete Carroll really Dolphin-safe?
In addition to its link-analysis effort, the NSA operated a dragnet
of Americans' electronic communications with eerie echoes of Operation Shamrock.
The penalties imposed on those caught in the dragnet
can be draconian.
The huge lake in the new town had been drained but Northumbria Water Authority's dragnet
to save the stock of fish had failed and more than 30,000 were left in pools of water only a few inches deep and stuck in mud banks.
When viruses lie dormant in a cell, they can escape the drugs' dragnet
Has the figure who memorably declared himself a "slipping glimpser" slipped through the broad dragnet
of Stevens and Swan's scrutiny?
18) Ironically, suspect databanks created through dragnets
may provide less protection for those who voluntarily provide genetic material than for those who are actually indicted but then acquitted, since in many states the law requires the destruction of DNA evidence once a person is exonerated but leaves dragnet
databases completely unregulated.