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Supreme Court Averse to Technology [Duplicate]

FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2013 file photo, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia speaks at Tufts University in Medford, Mass. At the Supreme Court, technology can be regarded as a necessary evil, and sometimes not even necessary. When they have something to say to each other in writing, the justices never do it by e-mail. And the court's historical society says the Supreme Court had no photocopying machine until 1969, a few years after Xerox had become a verb. Among those who think the Supreme Court will weigh in is Justice Antonin Scalia, who addressed the topic in July in a question-and-answer session with a technology group. Scalia said the elected branches of government are better situated to balance security needs and privacy protections. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds, File)

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