The Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Mobile Privacy
The Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision that police cannot search a phone's digital contents without a warrant. In his opinion, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that mobiles "hold for many Americans the privacies of life." The decision was reached after appeals were made by two people convicted based on evidence on their phones. The privacy protection will be an extension of the fourth amendment.
By Jordan Moses
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