A survey of court records reveals that a growing number of iPhones and iPads are the target of forensic examinations by federal agents.
The police don't need a warrant to search a suspect's cell phone for its phone number in order to obtain a history of calls, a federal appeals court. The three-judge panel, ruling on the case of an Indiana man convicted of drug char... Read Post
(HOUSTON) — Authorities only need a court order and not a more stringent search warrant to obtain cellphone records that can be used to track a person’s movements, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court... Read Post
A federal appeals court ruled that law enforcement can search your cellphone for its number without obtaining a warrant. The court compared searching your phone or computer to looking through a diary, ruling it permissible if the in... Read Post