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Should Cell Phone Searches Without A Warrant Be Legal?

The police in California can now search your cell phone or handheld device without a warrant for evidence for a case, according to a ruling issued today by the state's Supreme Court. The judges determined that police have the right to examine items they seize, which can range from text messages to app history to websites that [...]
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US Supreme Court ruling requires police to obtain warrants to search your cell phone

Technology : The Next Web Blog (2 months ago)

A new ruling (PDF) from the US Supreme Court has made it more difficult for police officers to search your cell phone if you get stopped. Law enforcement will, in general, need to get a warrant. The court’s decision makes for an int... Read Post

Cell Phone Search Requires A Warrant, Supreme Court Rules

Technology : TechCrunch (2 months ago)

In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled this morning that police need warrants to search cellphones of people they arrest. In April, the Supreme Court looked at two cases, one involving a flip phone and the other a smartpho... Read Post

US Supreme Court Rules Unanimously That Cell Phone Searches Require A Warrant

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (2 months ago)

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday that police generally may not search cell phones of arrested individuals without first obtaining a search warrant. Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the opinion of the court. Roberts ... Read Post


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