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US Supreme Court Rules that Police Need Warrant to Search Phones and Tablets
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US Supreme Court Rules that Police Need Warrant to Search Phones and Tablets

While the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo in favor of the broadcasting industry disappointed many tech fans, i...

US Supreme Court Rules that Police Need Warrant to Search Phones and Tablets

While the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo in favor of the broadcasting industry disappointed many tech fans, its unanimous decision that the police cannot search cell phones and tablets without a warrant has probably improved its public standing. In two cases in California and Massachusetts, police searched the phones and tablets of suspects. Photos and call logs led to the arrest of a gang member and a drug dealer. The Court ruled that police should have obtained search warrants before accessing the suspects’ personal information.


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The Chief Justice spokesperson gave the following comment:“Our commitment to vigorously enforcing the criminal laws and protecting the public while respecting the privacy interests protected by the Fourth Amendment is unwavering."


 

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