Reactions mixed as Supreme Court considers no-warrant cellphone searches

The Supreme Court is looking at legislation that

The Supreme Court is looking at legislation that would allow police to search cellphones to collect data on people they arrest without getting a warrant. (April 29, 2014 5:54 PM)

The Supreme Court is looking at legislation that would allow police to search cellphones to collect data on people they arrest without getting a warrant.

Police say cellphones have become increasingly important as evidence in solving crimes, and commonly seize and search them for personal information such as text messages and photos.

Many believe that because phones should be protected...

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