Jan 172014
 January 17, 2014  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.


David Kravets reports:

The Supreme Court today agreed to decide the unsolved constitutional question of whether police may search, without warrants, the mobile phones of suspects they arrest.

The justices did not immediately schedule a hearing in the most important digital rights issue the high court has decided to review this term.

Read more on Wired. See also the coverage on Blog of Legal Times.

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