Client in Robert Kraft sex spa case sues over video, says civil rights violated

"Jennifer Granick, surveillance and cybersecurity counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, told USA TODAY Sports that delayed-notice warrants often lack guidelines to protect bystanders caught during surveillance under a provision of the Patriot Act.

"I think that's very worrisome," Granick said. "There should be a system in place where innocent information is segregated, but the courts have not been good about establishing such protocols. Proper procedure should be to destroy non-relevant information and give those people notice to protect their rights.""