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Warrantless searches of cell phones

Are OK in California.

5 Responses to “Warrantless searches of cell phones”

  1. Robert Says:

    The courts are just protecting and empowering the liberty and rights of their citizenry- the police. The rest of us are just peasants to be fed into the machine.

  2. Ben G Says:

    Good tips for securing your phone here:

    http://lifehacker.com/5724683/how-to-secure-your-smartphone

  3. Phelps Says:

    So… I wonder who has standing to sue them when they arrest me, search my phone, and access a mail server belonging to my employer in Texas through my IMAP account without authorization from my employer or warrant? The case law is VERY clear that those emails belong to my employer, and are not my private property.

    Oh, and since I work for a law firm, if they go through my email it’s a virtual certainty that they will also be viewing privileged and confidential attorney work product.

  4. Matt Groom Says:

    If that was a state in America, I’d be upset.

  5. Cargosquid Says:

    Its times like this that I’m glad that my cell phone is so old that it has a rotary dial. Nothing more than calling and some phone numbers.