Editorial: Cellphone searches off limits, court says
A cellphone privacy decision by the U.S. Supreme Court sends a strong message that technology will not undermine protections guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The court said police must obtain a warrant to search for information on a suspect’s cellphone. The upshot of the rare unanimous decision is that Americans’ privacy rights in the digital age are better protected.
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