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Police and Cellphone Privacy

Later this month a decision from the United Supreme Court should be issued that
decides whether the police have the authority to search the contents of cellphones they
take from people they have arrested.

The first case considered is Riley v. California.

Before the time of cellphones, the Supreme Court ruled that the Fourth Amendment
protects the privacy of an individual who steps into a telephone booth to make a call.
There isn

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Blog

Police and Cellphone Privacy

Later this month a decision from the United Supreme Court should be issued that
decides whether the police have the authority to search the contents of cellphones they
take from people they have arrested.

The first case considered is Riley v. California.

Before the time of cellphones, the Supreme Court ruled that the Fourth Amendment
protects the privacy of an individual who steps into a telephone booth to make a call.
There isn

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