Supreme Court will require warrants for searching smartphones
In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court said that the amount of information potentially stored on a smartphone coupled with the access it could give into other aspects of a persons life made modern smartphones constitutionally protected.
By Chris DiMarcoJune 25, 2014
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