Bookstore Records Remain Private in Colorado


The San Francisco Gate reports

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution protects the privacy of both bookstore owners and their customers when it refused yesterday to force a Denver retailer to turn sales records over to police.

The decision was based on Colorado\'s constitution, this is not binding for any other state. This issue is bound to come up in other states, though, becasue subpoeneas for reading records are on the rise.Read the full story.The LA Times coverageAnd finally the story from the Boston Globe

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