Dec 262009
 December 26, 2009  Posted by  Surveillance

The New York Times has an editorial in today’s paper that begins:

The Ohio Supreme Court has struck an important blow for privacy rights, ruling that the police need a warrant to search a cellphone. The court rightly recognized that cellphones today are a lot more than just telephones, that they hold a wealth of personal information and that the privacy interest in them is considerable. This was the first such ruling from a state supreme court. It is a model for other courts to follow.

Read more on the NY Times.

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