SUPREME COURT: POLICE CANNOT SEARCH YOUR CELL PHONE
Today the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police cannot search your cell phone without a search warrant or an immediate threat of danger. The court found that searching a cell phone in the 21st century was like searching someone’s entire home.
Today’s decision recognized that cell phones are not just a wallet or glove compartment – our phones have the ability to store vast amounts of data, and connect to cloud services that provide even more.
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