April 29, 2014 Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.
Mark Sherman of Associated Press reports:
The Supreme Court seemed wary Tuesday of allowing police unbridled freedom to search through cellphones of people they arrest, taking on a new issue of privacy in the face of rapidly changing technology.
The justices appeared ready to reject the Obama administration’s argument that police should be able to make such searches without first getting warrants.
A key question in two cases argued Tuesday is whether Americans’ cellphones, with vast quantities of sensitive records, photographs and communications, are a private realm much like their homes.
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