Serving as an outgoing United States magistrate judge, Brian Owsley had decided that one of his final judicial acts would be to unseal more than 100 of his own judicial orders involving digital surveillance that he himself had sealed at the government’s request.
But not long after Owsley’s move last year, a US district judge vacated Owsley’s order and resealed them all. That order itself was then sealed.
“I don’t think it’s that normal,” Owsley told Ars.
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