Airlines and other ordinary transport companies aren’t the only travel companies in the US that are required by state, county, or municipal codes, to keep logs of their customers’ activities and make those records available to police. Hotels, in particular, are often required or expected to spy on their customers’ activities and make those records available to police. Can police legally demand the information you’ve collected from your guests? Read this article from The Atlantic for developing information.
Can police can demand records of where, when, and with whom people slept without a warrant?
Imagine that you own a small hotel or motel. One weekend, a group booking arrives and checks in...Read More