Here's new motivation to password-protect your mobile phone: A ruling from the California Supreme Court gives officers the right to search your mobile—and the giant well of personal data therein—without a warrant. Thanks Tim! Photo by MoRiza. [Ars Technica]
Your Mobile Phone Is Subject To Warrantless Searches In California
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