Thursday, January 6, 2011

Bad decision

The California Supreme Court has ruled that if you are arrested, the police have the right to search the contents of your cellphone without a warrant.  Not that I see any reason to keep anything illegal on my cell phone, but come on.  This is going way too far.  How can the contents of your phone be subject to disclosure just because you have been arrested (not even convicted)?

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