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Supreme Court Rules in favor of protecting Cell Phones from Unlawful Search and Seizure

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For your example deleted text messages can be recovered by carrier with a warrant. Either way if they suspect my phone is evidence they can keep it as evidence until they get a warrant to look at it to keep me from destroying it.

Nevermind. You're wanting to disagree with me about something which I have yet to form an opinion on.

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My only point was the "unanimous" part

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Unanimous ruling?

That part is amazing.  I didn't think a unanimous agreement was possible in dc these days. :)

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Fwiw, some smart phones can have password locks put on them and if you enter the wrong password a certain number of times, it erases all data on the phone.

 

Of course, it can be recovered by a data forensics expert, but it takes a while. 

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I like it.

 

Law enforcement have pushed the limits for intrusion into our lives.

 

DUI and License checkpoints.

 

Safety Checks for any boat at any time regardless of a law being broken or not.

 

Illegal search and seizure on the water, in regards to fishing, etc....

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