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Feature: Why you should always encrypt your smartphone
  Posted by: Digg on Jan 18th, 2011 10:14 AM
Last week, California's Supreme Court reached a controversial 5-2 decision in People v. Diaz (PDF), holding that police officers may lawfully search mobile phones found on arrested individuals' persons without first obtaining a search warrant. The court reasoned that mobile phones, like cigarette packs and wallets, fall under the search incident to arrest exception to the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution. Read the comments on this post

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