Opinion poll results concur with Supreme Court decision on privacy
Some 83 percent of those responding in a survey of 800 registered voters undertaken between July 7 and July 8, 2014, believe the police need to get a warrant before searching personal information on someones cell phone.
By Ed SilversteinJuly 17, 2014
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