Internet Accounts and Probable Cause

Orin Kerr offers this analysis of the circumstances in which the existence of an internet account will satisfy the 'probable cause' requirement to search a home for evidence:
In [such] cases, the police know that an Internet account was used in a particular way potentially related to criminal activity. The police then use that knowledge to get a warrant authorizing them to search a physical place for evidence of the crime.

Originally by Orin Kerr at The Volokh Conspiracy, 4:21 PM