July 30, 2013 Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Joe Palazzola reports:
Federal appeals judges pressed the nation’s top court to resolve a deepening split among their colleagues over whether police need a warrant to search the cell phone of someone under arrest.
Read more on Wall Street Journal.
Well, that could be a Good Thing, but given this Supreme Court, I’m not confident that any decision of theirs will really protect our privacy and civil liberties, are you?
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