If you’re accused of a crime, you have a right to examine and challenge the evidence used against you. In an important victory, an appeals court in New Jersey agreed with EFF and the ACLU of NJ that a defendant is entitled to see the source code of software that’s used to generate evidence against them. The case of New Jersey v. Pickett involves complex DNA analysis using TrueAllele software. The software analyzed a DNA…
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